The Pont du Mont-Blanc, sometimes anglicized as Mont Blanc Bridge, is a major bridge in Geneva. It connect the quarters of the left banks of the Rhône to those of the right banks. It is a major north–south road axis in the Canton of Geneva, since its inauguration in 1862. The bridge is about 250 metre-long. The bridge is named after Mont Blanc, the highest massif in the Alps, well visible from Geneva.
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