Danviksbro

Local nameDanviksbron
LocationStockholm, Sweden

Danviksbron or, alternatively, Danviksbro is a bascule bridge in central Stockholm, Sweden, connecting the eastern end of Södermalm to the eastern municipality Nacka. Under the bridge, the canal Hammarbykanalen carries the water of Hammarby Sjö over to Saltsjön. The bridge, actually two separate bridges, carries the railway Saltsjöbanan and a road.

For unknown reasons the location of the bridge, like many other places along the shores of Sweden and Norway, was named 'Danviken', meaning danernas vik, "The Bay of the Danes", and until the early 20th century most people called it Dannviken rather than, as is common today, Daanviken.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danviksbro

Phone +46-8-670 28 15

Address Danviksbro, 11641, Sweden

Coordinates 59°18'49.296" N 18°6'17.379" E

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