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"Historic Arch Bridge"

Monroe Street Bridge is an historic arch bridge connecting the two banks of the Spokane River. Built in the early 20th century, this concrete bridge is most notable for its old-school appearance and central arch. The structure of the bridge also contains a number of intricate carvings, including bison skulls and other motifs. Stretching 896 feet (273 meters) across the river gorge, this was once the longest arch bridge in the state.
218 North Monroe Street, Spokane, WA, United States, 99201
"Historic Arch Bridge"
Monroe Street Bridge is an historic arch bridge connecting the two banks of the Spokane River. Built in the early 20th century, this concrete bridge is most notable for its old-school appearance and central arch. The structure of the bridge also contains a number of intricate carvings, including bison skulls and other motifs. Stretching 896 feet (273 meters) across the river gorge, this was once the longest arch bridge in the state.
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