Unlike most cities, St. Augustine’s skyline isn’t full of glimmering lights and buildings stretching up to 1,000 feet tall.St. Augustine’s skyline, in its simplicity, starts with a graceful 1,574-foot bridge that connects the city’s barrier island to the mainland.Since its initial opening in 1927, the drawbridge has not only carried thousands of people across it on a daily basis, but it also holds the memories of St. Augustine’s growing population.

Source: Bridge of Lions remains community highlight | StAugustine.com
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