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Driving over the bridge to the airport was not that invigorating nor did we see much of the bridge but on checking it had history. The original wooden bridge over the Neris River dated back to 1536 and it had various versions and the first...More
Stayed at the Congress hotel near to the green bridge. It offers nice views of old
town. Looks rather plane since the removal of the soviet realism statues. The current bridge was made in 1952. Worth stopping if close by.
This bridge has had rough times. It has been blown up, demolished and rebuilt again and again.
In each corner, there was a Soviet statue representing old-school socialism. They were demolished in 2015 because they represented the city's Soviet heritage.
Historically, this is one of the oldest bridges in Vilnius, known since the medieval times. Present appearance, however, it acquired in 1952, it was designed in Leningrad (St. Petersburg now) and was built by Russian army engineers, so it has all features of heavy and...More
After walking round vilnius came across this green bridge with rings hanging from underneath. Very busy bridge with people walking and very busy road. Ice was floating on the river, as it was -4. Having been -7 the day before.
The bridge over the Neris River, connects the city center with the district of Šnipiškės. The original 16th-century bridge was the oldest bridge in the city but sadly it was burned by the retreating Lithuanian Army in 1655. A new one was completed in 1679....More
The statues are gone, so now it's just a green bridge convenient for crossing the river. The river view is beautiful, though. The flowers on both sides of the river banks form the words "I love you" and "I love you too" in Lithuanian.
It is called Zaliasis Tiltas (Green Bridge), because it is green. They had soviet statues on it as well, but now they are taken off. Local people have divided opinions about these statues. And actually there is nothing more special about this bridge.
This is one of Vilnius bridges. Its architecture is not very impressive and original.
This is not a new bridge. A comparison and it is not a big bridge. Now a lot of talk about it because of the Soviet era who stood by his...More
I’m writing this review as information to my readers, old and new. As I predicted in an earlier review this year the statues are now gone. When you’re visiting Vilnius and Žaliasis Tiltas from now (21 of July 2015) on, it is not possible to...More