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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Joseph Strauss, Irving Morrow, andCharles Ellis. those were the designers of the bridge.it opened in the year May 27 1937.
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1. Slide on work gloves to protect your skin. 2. Cut off one of the rounded ends of a Popsicle stick with a straight-edge knife. Measure 4 inches up from the flat end of the stick
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The task has never been accomplished before so the engineering was
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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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