<p><br> Patriarchy Bridge, Moscow's newest bridge built in 2004, overlooks the Moscow River and is a popular area for couples to gather and declare their love for each other.</p>

Patriarchy Bridge


Patriarchy Bridge, Moscow's newest bridge built in 2004, overlooks the Moscow River and is a popular area for couples to gather and declare their love for each other.

Photograph by Lyudmila Zinchenko/Agency.Photographer.ru

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