Ypsilon Bridge

Local nameYpsilon
LocationDrammen, Norway

The Ypsilon Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge over Drammenselva in Drammen, Norway.The pedestrian bridge connects Kunnskapsparken, the science park of Grønland in Drammen with the city park on Bragernes. The bridge was designed by the firm of Arne Eggen Architects. The three-way bridge has been given the name "Ypsilon" due to its special form – from the air it looks like a Y, with one abutment on the Strømsø side and two at the Bragernes side. The project was co-funded by the municipality of Drammen and Kunnskapsparken AS. Kunnskapsparken accommodates the libraries of the Buskerud University College, the public library of Drammen, and the Buskerud Regional Library.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ypsilon_(bridge)

Address 50 Grønland, Drammen 3045, Norway

Coordinates 59°44'38.504" N 10°11'41.579" E

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