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On the old Navajo Bridge over Marble Canyon
Arizona

The two Navajo Bridges span Marble Canyon near Lee's Ferry. The first bridge was constructed from 1927-1929, the construction of the second bridge was completed in 1995. The panorama was taken while standing on the old bridge.

Copyright: Jürgen Matern
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Uploaded: 09/10/2010
Updated: 09/10/2014
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Tags: canyon; river; colorado river; navajo bridge; marble canyon
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