With the Missouri River on the western side of the state and the Mississippi River on the eastern, Iowa is bounded by some extremely notable rivers. This, in turn, means there’s probably going to be some big bridges around. And there are.
Next time you are heading across the country, consider crossing the Julien Dubuque Bridge and taking a moment as you cross to appreciate the architecture, the history, and the quiet presence of this significant bridge throughout the decades. Do you love bridges? Here’s another one of Iowa’s longest, a bridge that spans the state’s largest lake.
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