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FILM25A The Crimean Bridge: The Creation of a Historic Land Link


The Crimean Bridge

History, Facts and More

A Film By JAR2 - Release Date December 22, 2019

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Expose25A Facts About the Crimean Bridge

Note: When researching the specifications of the bridge the only fairly well detailed technical information I found on-line in English was on the WikiPedia page located here: The problem is that WikiPedia has made an engineering achievement into a Western promoted political point against Russia and I find this offensive and in fact disgusting knowing that everything related to the Western Narrative about Crimea and the Ukraine is nothing less than a total and complete fabrication and a blatant revision of history to hide the outrageous international crimes of the United States and European countries (CIA/NATO) in supporting an unconstitutional and illegal terrorist Nazi regime which they installed in power. Therefore I decided it is time to publish more truth! 

The Crimean Bridge (Russian: Крымский мост) is actually a  pair of parallel bridges constructed by the Russian Federation to span the Kerch Straight and connect the cities of Taman and Kerch on the Crimean Peninsula. The overall bridge complex provides for both road and rail traffic (the latter still under construction). With a length of 19 km (11.8 mi), it is historically the longest bridge ever built by the Russian Federation, the USSR or Imperial Russia and is the longest bridge of Europe.

Having been considered at least since 1046, planning for the bridge began in 2014, after the Crimean referendum where the people of Crimea exercised their sovereign right to rejoin the Russian Federation after a Nazi coup government was installed by the CIA and the democratically elected president was deposed in a violent and bloody coup which saw thousands brutally murdered and the beginning of the genocide of the Russian speaking populations of what was the Ukraine in the regions called the Donbass and now NovoRossiya, which have self-declared their independence from the Nazi junta in Kiev.

In January 2015, the multibillion-dollar contract for the construction of the bridge was awarded to Arkady Rotenberg's Stroygazmontazh. Construction of the bridge commenced in May 2015; the road bridge was inaugurated by Russian President Vladimir Putin on 15 May 2018 and opened for non-truck cars on 16 May and for trucks on 1 October[6][21] while the completion of the rail link is scheduled for 2019. As of July 2019, the railroad lines spanning the distance of the bridge have been completed and the first scheduled train is expected to cross in December.

The bridge was christened the Crimean Bridge after an online vote in December 2017, while "Kerch Bridge" and "Reunification Bridge" were the second and third most popular choices.


The first working year in the bridge’s history passed normally with no incidents and the connection between the mainland and the peninsula was not interrupted, despite frequent storms and attempted provocations staged by the Ukraine and its Western colonial masters in the Kerch Strait.

The overall bridge statistics as of May 15, 2019 on the first anniversary of the operation of the road section of the Crimean bridge are as follows according to the source site above.

5,000,000 cars, including nearly 500,000 trucks and more than 60,000 buses, travelled the span of the Crimean Bridge in 12 months. The annual traffic exceeded the number of ferry crossings in 2017 by more than 3 times.

Technical Figures and Specifications of the Crimean Bridge

19 km - the length of the bridge (it is the longest in Russia and Europe)

The Crimean Bridge joins the Great Wall of China as an object visible from space. 408 km above the Earth on the ISS the Crimean Bridge is clearly visible and was photographed by the Cosmonauts on many occasions.

The volume of designplans and documentation stands at 570 volumes or 30 gigabytes.

15,000 engineers and construction workers took part in the building of the bridge at the peak of construction.

The oldest construction worker was 70 years old.

Almost 7,000 piles were driven to a depth of from 12 to 105 m (the height of a 35-story building)

The wall thickness of the tubular piles used in the construction of the bridge is 40 mm, approximately the same thickness as the armor of some tanks.

25 days was spent on the driving of the first pile (bridge support). After mastering the technological aspects the remaing piles took less than 24 hoursto be driven into place.

816 days were spent on the construction of the road vehicles section of the bridge.

330 km is the length of all of the tubular piles used to make the bridge if they were placed in a line. This is further than the distance from Kerch to Sevastopol by car.

595 supports hold 260,000 tons of metal spans, the equivalent of 36 Eiffel towers.

One rail span weighs more than 500 tons. 1.4 times heavier than the ISS.

118 km of butt welds/joints were completed during the assembly of the railway spans the approximate distance from Koktebel to Simferopol if traveling by car.

13,000 km of steel reinforcement were used to make the 4-lane roadbed. Approximately the same distance from Moscow to Sydney.

250 meters of reinforcement were wleded together by each worker during every shift.

10,000 tons is the weight of two arched spans. Approximately the weight of 400 empty KAMAZ dump trucks.

76 km is the length of the rails on the bridge if they were placed in a line. About as much as from Moscow to Chekhov by car.

227 m is the length of each arch. The length of two football fields.

490 tons of high-strength bolts were used to tighten down the two arches. Approximately the same weight as three Boeing 747 aircraft. One bolt weighs 63 grams weighs.

100,000 liters of paint went into painting the two arches. The same as are two railway tankers.

A total of 120 hours (5 days) was spent on the marine operation involving the transportation and installation of the two arches on the supports.

12 million tons of materials and structures in total were required the construction of the bridge. This is twice the weight of the Egyptian Pyramids of Cheops.

20,000 cars drove across the bridge in the first day of its operation, 200,000 in the first 2 weeks and 5 million in its first 12 months of operation.

More than 30,000 cars in 24 hours is the one day record of the bridge.

117 km of road marking lines were painted on the bridge. Approximately as much as from Sevastopol to Alushta.

1 time during construction an ice drift occurred. The ice floes freely passed between the bridge supports.

2,700 storm hours were recorded during 3 winters of construction. Almost 113 days or about 4 months.

Nearly 2,500 songs and poems have been dedicated to the bridge by authors from 600 locations in 15 countries.

3 species of dolphins live in the area of ​​the bridge: bottlenose dolphin, azovka and white-barrel.
45°18′31″N 36°30′22″E
Wikipedia Crimean Bridge Map
Four lanes of M5/A290 highway
Double-track Bagerovo-Vyshestebliyevskaya railway
Kerch Strait: (Kerch-Yenikale Straight, Tuzla Island)
Kerch and Taman, Russia
Official name
Крымский мост
Russian Government
Double parallel railroad-road truss arch bridge
Total length
19 kilometers (11.8 miles)
Water depth
Up to 9 m (30 ft)
Longest span 227 metres (745 ft)
Clearance below
35 m
No. of lanes
6 total (4 highway lanes and 2 rail tracks)
Rail characteristics
Track gauge
Russian gauge
Constructed by
Construction cost
300,92 billion rubles
2018 (road bridge)
15 May 2018
Kerch railroad bridge (1944–1945),
Kerch Strait Ferry Line (since 1953)
Daily traffic
Up to 40k cars per day
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Crimea, Russian Federation November 2019

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Crimea, Russian Federation November 2019

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Expedition 18: We Completed Over 6,000 Kilometers in 9 Days and Not One Punitive Fine

November 20, 2019 - The fact that that we did not use any on-line Yandex resources during the entire journey proves my thesis that the punitive fines I was getting at locations I was not at and even for vehicles I have no connection to where being orchestrated by the CIA/NSA Yandex enabled teams who are illegally "secretly" tracking and monitoring my movements and on-line activity and attempting to interfere with my asylum and my life in the Russian Federation. These punitive measures added to two attempts by CIA Color Revolution Architect Michael McFaul's attempts to have me imprisoned, his ordered arrest of my son and the ongoing attempts by the CIA to destroy my life, my family and shut down this site have all been carefully documented and sent to the proper Security Services of the Russian Federation. Although the CIA continues to control much of the Russian Government and has hundreds of agents in the Internal Ministry and throughout the Federal Structures with each passing day they are proving more and more impotent in carrying out the operations they are tasked with. The biggest danger to Russian State Security remains corruption and the insatiable appetites of corrupt officials who fraudulently enter public service in order to enrich themselves and the foreign masters that they serve. 


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