St. Johns Bridge

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The St. Johns Bridge, an iconic architectural gem nestled in the heart of Portland, Oregon, is a breathtaking testament to both engineering prowess and aesthetic beauty. Completed in 1931, this suspension bridge spans the majestic Willamette River, connecting the St. Johns neighborhood in North Portland to the city’s west side. Its distinctive Gothic-style towers, soaring 400 feet above the water, are adorned with intricate Art Deco detailing, creating a visually stunning juxtaposition against the lush greenery of Forest Park that surrounds it. The bridge’s vibrant green color, often referred to as “St. Johns green,” further adds to its charm. Beyond its undeniable allure, the St. Johns Bridge plays a vital role in connecting communities, facilitating transportation, and enhancing the city’s skyline, making it an enduring symbol of Portland’s rich history and character.

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Standing 200 feet, this bridge was built by only two people

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