At sunset, strolling through the Brooklyn Bridge...
is really the feeling of looking at the sky with different colors every minute.
Whether you are here for the first time in New York or staying here, as if you were not on the Great Wall, the Brooklyn Bridge, one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States, has become a custom or tradition. The suspension bridge, built in 1869, spans the East River and connects Manhattan and Brooklyn. It has been photographed numerous times, and the heroic position of the heroes has attracted the attention of the world. It has become the crowning touch of New York's most beautiful skyline. The Brooklyn Bridge not only offers 360-degree views of the cosmopolitan of New York, but the surrounding authentic cuisine is definitely not to be missed.
1883 The Brooklyn Bridge was completed. It was the longest suspension bridge in the world and the first suspension bridge made of steel. This was epoch-making more than 130 years ago. Until today, when people walked on the suspension bridge and looked at the arched stone pillar door connected with the indestructible iron rope, it would still be convinced by its magnificent momentum.
In 1964, the Brooklyn Bridge became a national historic landmark in the United States.