Brooklyn Bridge – the Legendary Symbol of Two Neighborhoods in NYC, USA

Brooklyn Bridge – the Legendary Symbol of Two Neighborhoods in NYC, USA

The Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, USA. There is a variety of bridges, most popular being a cable-stayed and a suspension bridge. Meanwhile the Brooklyn Bridge is a hybrid of both of these types. Its constructions were finished in 1883, making it one of the oldest bridges in the US. It was also praised as a great architectural achievement at the time.

It connects Manhattan with Brooklyn, spanning the East River, and is one of the most iconic landmarks in Big Apple. Unusual thing about it is that it has two separate access for vehicles and pedestrians. The latter can walk on an elevated walkway, that also provides great views to the neighborhoods. The bridge has been endorsed by the artists and often features in Hollywood movies.

Why to go there?

It is a famous site to see in NYC. Many photographers enjoy it for it provides a number of angles and panoramic views to the city.

When to go there?

Anytime. The bridge is open 24/7.

How to get there?

By bus or train get to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall Stop on Manhattan or the High Street Station
on Brooklyn side.

Lead photo by Sebastien

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Brooklyn Bridge-Photo by Ben Reiss

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Brooklyn Bridge-Photo by Louys Tony

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Brooklyn Bridge-Photo by David Ayash

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