The Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge is an amazing cable-stayed bridge that welcomes you to the city of Boston as you enter from the north (or bids you adieu as you leave). Spanning the Charles River, the bridge carries ten lanes of traffic in addition to commemorating important historical events and people.
The bridge honors Leonard P. Zakim, a Boston civic leader and civil rights activist who died of cancer, and the American patriots who fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill. This beautiful structure represents building bridges between people and should definitely be seen during any trip to Boston.
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