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The bridge was named after the Italian explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano who in 1524, became the first European to enter New York Harbor and the Hudson River. Here, an aerial view shows the construction on the massive structure.

The bridge was named after the Italian explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano who in 1524, became the first European to enter New York Harbor and the Hudson River. Here, an aerial view shows the construction on the massive structure.

The construction of the massive bridge was dangerous work -- three workers were tragically killed and many more were injured. Here, workers try to connect a 390 ton chunk of steel to another as they work toward the completion on the structure.

The Verrazano Bridge marks 50th anniversary - Photos - The iconic Verrazano Bridge marks 52nd anniversary

The construction of the massive bridge was dangerous work -- three workers were tragically killed and many more were injured. Here, workers try to connect a 390 ton chunk of steel to another as they work toward the completion on the structure.

A unique See Through Church in Belgium  - Tourism Marketing Concepts

A unique See Through Church in Belgium - Tourism Marketing Concepts

We will never forget. .... no, not ever..... the new building will never look this glorious in the setting sun......

We will never forget. .... no, not ever..... the new building will never look this glorious in the setting sun......

Looking South Down Third Avenue at 86th Street, Bay Ridge

Looking South Down Third Avenue at 86th Street, Bay Ridge

Construction workers wearing hardhats work tirelessly on the construction of the Verrazano Bridge ahead of its completion in 1964.

The Verrazano Bridge marks 50th anniversary - Photos - The iconic Verrazano Bridge marks 52nd anniversary

Construction workers wearing hardhats work tirelessly on the construction of the Verrazano Bridge ahead of its completion in 1964.

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