George Washington Bridge

New york and New jersey Bridge
The George Washington bridge, twice as long as the Brooklyn bridge, is a suspension bridge connecting Manhattan to New Jersey. The bridge, initially named the "Hudson River Bridge," opened to traffic on October 25 1931.  The bridge is named in honor of George Washington, the first President of the United States. It held the record of 3,500 feet high until the Golden gate bridge opened at 4,760 ft.

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