Beška Bridge 1 (Old) / Most Beška 1 (Stari)

Beška Bridge 1 (Old) / Most Beška 1 (Stari)

Vladimir R.
Most Beška je najveći most u jugoistočnoj Evropi, ali jedan od najvećih infrastrukturnih objekata na čitavom Evropskom kontinentu. Most kod Beške preko Dunava je sagrađen u okviru projekta auto-puta Beograd-Novi Sad-Subotica. Ukupna dužina mosta je 2.250m, a širina 14,4m. Most ima tri trake za drumski saobraćaj (pun profil auto-puta) i dve pešačke staze širine 1,7m Usled velike razlike u nadmorskoj visini leve i desne obale Dunava, most je dizajniran sa nagibom od 2,3% što je ujedno i najveći nagib na auto-putu. Tokom srednjeg vodostaja on se uzdiže 51m iznad Dunava. Glavni dizajner mosta je bio Branko Žeželj, a izgradila ga je Mostogradnja između 1971—1975. Most se nalazi u blizini mesta Beška po čemu je i dobio naziv. Investitor je bio SIZ za puteve Vojvodine. English: Beška Bridge (Serbian: Мост код Бешке or Most kod Beške) is a concrete highroad bridge on the Danube river near Beška, Serbia. The bridge was built in 1975 and it is the largest bridge on Danube overall. It was bombed twice and partly destroyed during NATO bombardment on 1 April and 21 April 1999, but it was temporarily fixed soon after the bombing was over and reopened on 19 July 1999, as it is an important part of the E75. It is currently being properly reconstructed, but because of its vital significance for the traffic, it is not closed. #Autoput #Autoput_Beograd_Novi_Sad #Beska #Beska_Bridge #Beška #Beška_Bridge #Bridge #Bridge_in_Serbia #Highway #Highway_BelgradeSubotica #Highway_bridge #Highway_bridge_in_Serbia #Highway_in_Serbia #Most #Most_Beška #Most_kod_Beške #Most_na_autoputu #Most_u_Srbiji #Serbian_bridge
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