Why Did They Build the Golden Gate Bridge?

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The Golden Bridge was built so that there could be a connection between San Francisco and the other northern cities in California. One of the most interesting Golden Gate Bridge facts is that only eleven workers died during construction, a new safety record for the time.
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The Golden Gate bridge in California is not named for its color, which is orange. It is actually named for the Golden Gate Straight which flows from the Pacific Ocean into the San
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they built it so that they could connect San Francisco to the other northern cities in California. go to the history of the Golden Gate Bridge.
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It connects two pieces of gorgeous land. It rises above blue turbulent water and is often enshrouded in fog. Its orange color looks amazing against the blue water, green Marin hills
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Today, some call it the "most spectacular bridge in the world." But a century ago, building the Golden Gate Bridge seemed like an impossible task. Any bridge in this location would have to withstand brutal winds, tide, and fog... More >>
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