15 Historical US Landmarks to Cross Off Your Bucket List

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Brooklyn Bridge

While it’s not that easy for a landmark to become “iconic”, especially in New York City, it seems that the Brooklyn Bridge has certainly succeeded in doing so, as it has become the most renowned one in the city.

Designed by Prussian immigrant John A. Roebling, the all-time famous bridge has Gothic double arches, crisscrossed steel cables, and lots of room for cyclists and pedestrians alike.

The bridge was believed to have been the world’s largest suspension bridge after its completion in 1883. It connects Brooklyn to Manhattan, which was seen as two separate cities for 15 more years after 1883), and it still serves as a picture-perfect way to get from one direction to another.

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