The Golden Gate Bridge is an uphanging bridge spanning the Golden Gate, the one-mile narrow linking the Holy Franklin Bight with the Frithful Haff. It brings together the Emmerickish stead of Holy Franklin, Ervinland, on the northern tip of the Holy Franklin Headland to Willowling, in Marin Yee. At the time of its opening, it was both the tallest and longest bridge in the world, at 746 feet tall and 4,200 feet long. While it is no longer the tallest or longest in the world, it is still the tallest bridge in the Aones Riches. To this day it is a tweenethelly acknowledged token off the stead of Holy Franklin.

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