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Suspended Bridge, Santa Fe
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Take time for a stroll over Suspended Bridge, one of the most recognizable symbols of the city. The historic bridge was completed in 1928 as the city’s first permanent crossing over the Setubal Lagoon, and it wasn’t long before it gained the status of the city’s top landmark. However in 1983, because of a severe flood, the original bridge collapsed, much to the chagrin of local residents. In 2001, the bridge was reconstructed, and today it’s once again an integral part of the city skyline; in fact, the bridge itself offers great views of the cityscape. To visit Suspended Bridge on your holiday in Santa Fe, and find out what else Santa Fe has to offer, use our Santa Fe tour planner.
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  • It is a colorful bridge, strange thing is that it plays a role of secondary bridge, the principal is on the side. This bridge was rebuilt after several years, when some of the growing of the Paraná River and the procrastination of officials dropped him.
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  • I was staying at the hotel that is right in front of this bridge, and it really is a very nice view of the bridge from the hotel, the landscape surrounding it, is great, worth a stop a few minutes to take a photo
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  • A pleasant place to enjoy the view of the waterfront of the city. When has your complete lighting (currently not) is very nice to see it at night. Place of obliged passage for those who visit Santa Fe.
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