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The bridge I made a model of is the Sydney Harbor Bridge. The bridge is located at Sydney, Australia. The Sydney Harbor Bridge is the main way to cross the Sydney Harbor carrying rail, vehicular, and pedestrian traffic between Sydney Central District and the North Shore. The width is 49 meters, and the height is 139 meters. The bridge was opened on March 19, 1932. According to Guinness World Records, it is the widest long-span bridge in the world and is the highest steel arch bridge with the top of the bridge standing 134 meters (429.6 feet) above the harbor. It is also the fourth-longest spanning arch-bridge in the world.

The bridge's two ends are located at Dawes Point and Milsons Point. The road across the bridge is known as the Bradfield Highway and is about 2.4 km long, making it one of the shortest highways in Australia.The bridge's construction started in 1923. Eight hundred houses were demolished for the bridge.

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