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Brooklyn Bridge, Suspension bridge in New York City

Description: The Brooklyn Bridge is a hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge in New York City, spanning the East River between Manhattan Island and Brooklyn.

History: Completed in 1883, it was the first fixed crossing across the East River.

Culture: The bridge has been an iconic part of the New York skyline and has featured in many films, books, and works of art.

Practical: It provides a pedestrian walkway for people to cross the river, offering stunning views of the city.

Did you know ?: At the time of its opening, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world.

Location: Manhattan

Location: Brooklyn

Architect: John Augustus Roebling

Official opening: May 24, 1883

Architectural style: Gothic Revival

Height: 84 m

Longest Span: 487 m

Width: 25.9 m

Material: steel, stone

Source: Wikimedia

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Brooklyn Bridge Suspension bridge in New York City

The Brooklyn Bridge is a hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge in New York City, spanning the East River between Manhattan Island and Brooklyn.

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Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge Suspension bridge in New York City
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Jane's Carousel Carousel in Brooklyn, New York

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Jane's Carousel
Jane's Carousel Carousel in Brooklyn, New York
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Eagle Warehouse & Storage Company Historic building in New York

Eagle Warehouse & Storage Company, an exemplary Romanesque Revival building.

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Eagle Warehouse & Storage Company
Eagle Warehouse & Storage Company Historic building in New York
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St. Ann's Warehouse Performance venue in the United States

St. Ann's Warehouse is a renowned cultural institution in Brooklyn, New York.

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St. Ann's Warehouse
St. Ann's Warehouse Performance venue in the United States
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60 Water Street Residential tower in Brooklyn

60 Water Street is a 17-story mixed-use building.

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60 Water Street
60 Water Street Residential tower in Brooklyn
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Manhattan Bridge Double-decker bridge in New York

The Manhattan Bridge, a suspension and railway bridge, connects Manhattan and Brooklyn.

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Manhattan Bridge
Manhattan Bridge Double-decker bridge in New York
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John A. Lynch Ferryboat built in 1925

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John A. Lynch
John A. Lynch Ferryboat built in 1925
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Squibb Park Bridge Bridge in Brooklyn, New York

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Squibb Park Bridge
Squibb Park Bridge Bridge in Brooklyn, New York
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United States lightship Ambrose (LV-87) Historic lightvessel in the United States

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United States lightship Ambrose (LV-87)
United States lightship Ambrose (LV-87) Historic lightvessel in the United States
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