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Seri Bakti Bridge, Precinct 1, Putrajaya

Seri Bakti Bridge, PutrajayaSeri Bakti Bridge, Putrajaya (25 September, 2004)

Seri Bakti Bridge (GPS: 2.93306, 101.6981), or Jambatan Seri Bakti, is a 370 metre link in Precinct 1, the Government Precinct. It carries Lebuh Perdana Selatan from the Government offices to the Deputy Prime Minister's Residence, and was completed in 1999.

Seri Bakti Bridge consists of nine spans. Unlike the other bridges in Putrajaya, the Seri Bakti takes a more minimal approach to its design, which carries elements of Islamic architecture. At each pier is a pavilion. The rails and lamp post matches the architecture of the promenade of the bridge.

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