Category:Theodore Roosevelt Bridge

English: Built in 1960-1964, the six-lane, 2,400 foot long Theodore Roosevelt Bridge is a low-level bridge spanning the Potomac River connecting Washington, D.C. to Virginia. It crossed the southern part of the Theodore Roosevelt Island, where Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. planned originally to locate the Roosevelt's architectural memorial in order to create a visual link with the Lincoln Memorial. There are narrow pedestrian walkways on both sides of the bridge.
<nowiki>Theodore Roosevelt Bridge; セオドア・ルーズベルト橋; تھیوڈور روزویلٹ پل; Theodore Roosevelt Bridge; pont américain; Brücke in den Vereinigten Staaten; jembatan di Amerika Serikat; bridge in Washington, D.C., United States of America; جسر في واشنطن، الولايات المتحدة; pont e Stadoù-Unanet Amerika; brug in Washington D.C.</nowiki>
Theodore Roosevelt Bridge 
bridge in Washington, D.C., United States of America
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LocationWashington, D.C., District of Columbia
Date of official opening
  • 23 June 1964
Map38° 53′ 33″ N, 77° 03′ 27″ W
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Wikidata Q2660680
U.S. National Archives Identifier: 10664489
Structurae structure ID: 20023256
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