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The East River Road, above the North Hickory Canal, is home to the monumental bridge. It connects the Gross Ile township in Michigan to the Hickory island in the south. The bridge was constructed in 1945 and stands as a stern structure even today. Its area is approximately 0.9 acres (0.36 hectares) and it is 64 feet (20 meters) long. The strong concrete railings and embellishments add to its aesthetic beauty. The site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.
The Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge is natural treasure trove that preserves islands, shoals, wetlands and much more. Here, you can enjoy the beautiful views and indulge in activities like boating and fishing. For exact details, check website.
Constructed in 1932, the Gibraltar Road–Waterway Canal Bridge is one of the most prominent canal bridges that dot the Gibraltar Road. A unique feature of this cantilevered-arch bridge is its unusual design, that was devised by the city's road commission in keeping with the aesthetic value of the surroundings.