It is amazing that in 1932 a bridge was built that is this wide and can carry so much traffic. Well, that is when it's not closed for the occasional picnic. If you find yourself in Sydney, definitely take the time to do the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb to the top of the steel structure, as the views are amazing.
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Workers lay down grass on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, left, before the start of the Breakfast on the Bridge event in central Sydney, on Oct. 10. Traffic on the bridge was closed so that more than 7,000 people could gather to have breakfast on the main deck of the Sydney Harbour bridge. According to local media, Australia's national soccer team, the "Socceroos" agreed to attend this event to help increase Australia's chances of hosting the 2022 World Cup.