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Geographic Information & Related Structures
The Deblin Bridge stands where the previous one, built next to the old Russian fortress, used to stand. Construction was commenced in mid-80s and after huge problems with financing, completed in 1990. Definitely not breathtakingly beautiful, the bridge stands on 12 pillars and is 450 m long. The traffic here is surprisingly small - there are minutes when no vehicle shows up on the bridge. This is probably because there is neither any transit on this minor road, nor any significant local traffic in this rural area. Historically, here are the northern borders of the Little Poland region. Now the bridge is between the Lublin voivodship (right bank) and Mazovian voivodship (left bank).