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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 was sad to see his remains for so long, today looks recovered and full and inserted in the landscape with its structure, in the midst of the immensity of the Paraná River. The city is nice, but in the summer the heat is intense.
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  • Was a place picturesque, especially with them old quebrachos of the floor that made noise to the pass them cars... continues being cute, most now stay as a good remember
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  • It reminds the big bridges in beginning of XX century. It is worth visiting it and taking photos
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