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Nuselsky Most, Svatoplukova (Nusle), Prague, CZ, 2007
Nuselsky Most, easily the highest bridge in Prague, crosses a valley through Nusle from I.P. Pavlova, and the neighborhood south of I.P. Pavlova known as Zvonarka (where I once lived), to Vysehrad. It has two levels, the upper level being open to the sky for street traffic, connecting Legerova and Sokolska (the streets merge at the bridge) on the I.P. Pavlova/Zvonarka side to 5. Kvetna on the Vysehrad side. The lower level, visible here as a box running down the centerline of the bridge, carries DPP metro trains from I.P. Pavlova to Vysehrad. Nuselsky Most is the oldest bridge on the metro, being part of the original Kacerov-Florenc metro opened in 1974 (Or 1971, according to some of my sources. Who's right? Does anybody know?).