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About: Also known as the Seventh Street Bridge, it spans the Allegheny River in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The bridge was completed on on June 17, 1926 and it's one of the "Three Sisters" bridges (self-anchored, eye-bar suspension type), which also include the he Roberto Clemente Bridge and the Rachel Carson Bridge. The bridge was name for the artist Andy Warhol, a Pittsburgh native.

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