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Golden Gate Bridge
California's Gold, Episode #4071993
Iconic in its design, rich in color and vast in influence, the Golden Gate Bridge remains one of America’s most recognizable bridges. Huell explores the history behind the bridge, from when skeptics called it “a bridge that couldn’t be built” to it being one of California’s most magnificent engineered structures. Watch for a close look at the bridge’s construction and maintenance, and lasting legacy as a favorite California landmark.
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