We talk a lot about natural wonders here at Only In Connecticut, and there are certainly plenty of natural wonders in the Nutmeg State to enjoy! However, we also have plenty of man-made attractions that you would be remiss to ignore. Our bridges, unique works of architecture, statues, and other man-made wonders can be just as impressive as our waterfalls and rock formations. One structure that’s pretty impressive when you think about it is the idea of a bridge. Sure, we might drive across them every day, and they’re so common that the novelty has worn off, but when you really stop to consider it, these gravity-defying devices allow us to cross over bodies of water, and that’s pretty cool. One noteworthy bridge in Connecticut is Bull’s Bridge in Kent. Check it out:

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