Under the Cass Street Bridge in Tampa

The Cass Street Bridge crosses the Hillsborough River next to the Tampa Performing Arts Center. If you take a stroll on Tampa's River Walk, just north of Curtis Hixon Park and south of the Performing Arts Center, you can check out this view.

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Uploaded: 22/10/2010
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