Golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge is an orange suspension bridge which spans the Golden Gate -- the gateway between the San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean via US Highway 101 and CA 1.

It was constructed from 1933-1937. It is composed of steel and spans 8,981 ft (1.7 miles). Daily, 120,000 cars traverse the bridge. It is also open to pedestrians and cyclists.

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