Category:Manhattan Bridge Arch and Colonnade

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The Manhattan Bridge Arch and Colonnade, located at the Manhattan entrance to the bridge, was built between 1910, the year after the opening of the bridge, and 1915, and was designed by Carrere & Hastings as a triumphal arch with flanking curved colonnades. The decoration includes pylons which were sculpted by Carl A. Heber and a frieze called "Buffalo Hunt" by Charles Rumsey. The arch and colonnade were repaired and restored in 2000. (Source: Guide to NYC Landmarks (4th ed.))

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