23 dazzling man-made American structures you've probably never heard of
This year marks the 76th anniversary of the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, one of many national landmarks that has come to define the American aesthetic.
The Golden Gate Bridge took four years to complete and was designed by architects Joseph Strauss, Irving Morrow and Charles Ellis.
While there are certainly plenty of natural wonders scattered throughout the country, we decided, in light of the anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge, to honor the many lesser known man-made structures that showcase the ingenuity of the American spirit.
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