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Lions Gate Bridge.

12979 views Debbie Lacey January 17, 2020 Vancouver, BC Date shot: July 21, 2016

This bridge is called Lions Gate Bridge. It connects Vancouver to North Vancouver. The bridge was built in 1938. It runs through Stanley Park. It had two lanes at one time, they had to add another lane be cause, as time went on it got busier. It got its name cause we have two mountain peaks called The Lions which looks like they are guarding the city. This is how Lions Gate Bridge got its name. Its one of the Iconic landmarks we have in Vancouver. It is a another gem of ours.

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