Created 4-Nov-11
Modified 24-Apr-13
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The Sundial Bridge, in Redding, CA, was designed by spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava. It lies within the Turtle Bay Exploration park and acts as a gateway to the River Trail system and over 300 acres of park land.
The Bridge crosses over the Sacramento River and is composed of Steel, Glass and Granite. The pylon stands over 217 feet. The bridge, opened in 2004, was primarily funded by the McConnell foundation

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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Bridges
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Keywords:Sundial Bridge, california, redding

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