The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 15 (1937) > Issues > Issue 3 > The Reconstruction and Widening of the Margaret Bridge Over the Danube at Budapest
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The Reconstruction and Widening of the Margaret Bridge Over the Danube at Budapest

The Margaret Bridge in Budapest, was built from l872 to 1876 by the French firm Messrs. Ernest Gouin (later known as Cie. Batignolles, Paris) whose plan was awarded the first prize in the international competition for the design of the bridge advertised by the Hungarian Government. Charles Szechy

Author(s): Szechy, Charles

Keywords: widening;margaret bridge, budapest, hungary;construction work;design