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Golden Gate Bridge – Part 1

#travelwithgdp Fact: In June 1935 an earthquake struck the region as men worked atop the bridge’s unfinished south tower. According to PBS’ American Experience, one worker recalled, “the tower swayed 16 feet each way. There were 12 or 13 guys on top with no way to get down… The whole thing would sway toward the ocean, guys would say, ‘here we go!’ Then it would sway back toward the bay.”

Description: The 1.7-mile-long Golden Gate Bridge, an icon of the San Francisco Bay region, connects the city of San Francisco to Marin County, California. At its completion in 1937, the suspension bridge was considered an engineering marvel—the longest main suspension bridge span in the world.

Place: San Francisco, California, USA
Date: July, 2019
Weather: Summer
Shot On: @canonusa 1300D
Places Visited on Trip: Texas and California
Trip Total Days: 12 Days
Budget Required: $2000

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