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The Golden Gate Bridge is named after the Golden Gate Strait. That narrow passage of water connects the San Francisco Bay to the Pacific Ocean. Joseph Strauss was the chief engineer of the Golden Gate Bridge project. Work began in . The project took years to complete. The bridge is meters long from one end to the other. It is meters wide. large cables pass over the top of the bridge’s towers. These structures stand meters above water and meters above the road. Each cable holds more than strands of wire. pairs of vertical suspender ropes connect the support cables to the suspension bridge. This is part of what enables the bridge to move up and down by nearly meters. The Golden Gate Bridge weighed kilograms when it was completed in . The San Francisco Chronicle newspaper called the finished project, “a million dollar steel harp!”