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The Brooklyn Bridge is the oldest suspension and hybrid cable-tied bridge in New York City lets you enjoy the river view from any of the six lanes.

The East River also has the double-decker Manhattan Bridge with its three westbound lanes running beneath four other lanes and Queensboro Bridge with four reversible lanes on the upper deck. Enjoy the view of the Harlem River while taking a stroll along the Henry Hudson double-decked bridge, Spuyten Duyvil Swing Bridge and the oldest surviving bridge of the city –High Bridge. The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and the George Washington Bridge offer sprawling views of New York Bay and the Hudson River. You will also love walking on the Newton Creek drawbridges namely Pulaski Bridge,   Greenpoint Avenue Bridger, Metropolitan Avenue Bridge and Grand Street Swing Bridge. The Carroll Street Bridge is a designated landmark of the city with two walkways and you can also check out the Bow Bridge in Central Park and Gapstow Bridge. 

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