Józef Piłsudski Bridge

The Józef Piłsudski Bridge, also known as the Second Bridge, was built in the years 1926-1933. It is located at the end of Krakowska Street on the Vistula River and connects Kazimierz with Podgórze. It is also a tram bridge. In order to build it, the Podgórze market hall was demolished. In 1945, the bridge was blown up by the retreating German troops, and it was rebuilt in 1948.

Józef Piłsudski Bridge on map

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