Glen Canyon Dam Bridge
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The Glen Canyon Dam Bridge was completed in 1959 near Page, Arizona. It is 700 feet high with a span of 1028 feet. The bridge was the highest arch bridge in the world in 1959 and was necessary in the construction of Glen Canyon Dam.
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