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Apr 8, 2023

[Answer] America's oldest covered bridge is located in which state?

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...1. Vermont 2. New York 3. Connecticut 4. Massachusetts

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New York - Beloved by photographers, road trippers, and history buffs, covered bridges are timber-truss bridges that feature a roof, a deck, and siding that create a nearly complete enclosure. More than 12,000 of them were built in the United States beginning in the early 19th century, but unfortunately most of them have been lost to time. The oldest covered bridge still standing was built in 1825 and is located outside of Cooperstown, New York. The Hyde Hall Bridge, named for the mansion it once led to, is 53 feet long and is the only covered bridge left in Otsego County. It is also distinctive because of its long horizontal siding, as opposed to the vertical siding on most covered bridges.:

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