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Sundial Bridge, Redding, California
California

Sundial Bridge is both a working sundial and a glass, steel and granite foot bridge across the Sacramento River in Redding, CA. The bridge was designed by Santiago Calatrava and serves as the anchor attraction for the Turtle Bay Exploration park

Copyright: Terry blackburn
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Resolution: 17352x8676
Uploaded: 18/04/2011
Updated: 08/08/2014
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Tags: sundial; architecture; bridge; redding; california; turtle bay; discovery
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