The Golden Gate Bridge Was Inspired By Arizona’s Very Own McPhaul Bridge, An Architectural Relic

Architectural wonders abound throughout Arizona, each one unique in its own right. McPhaul Bridge in Yuma is easily among the most incredible man-made marvels in the state, as the 100-year-old structure inspired the Golden Gate Bridge itself. Take a look:

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Have you ever seen Mcphaul Bridge in person? If so, we’d love to hear what you thought of it! Let us know, and check out our previous article for more man-made wonders: These 13 Pieces of Architectural Brilliance in Arizona Could WOW Anyone.

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