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May 12, 2023

[Answer] Which border does the "Thousand Islands Bridge" cross?

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...1. North Korea and South Korea 2. U.S. and Canada 3. Denmark and Sweden 4. United Kingdom and Ireland

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U.S. and Canada - The Thousand Islands Bridge is actually a series of bridges traversing the St. Lawrence River, from Collins Landing in New York to Gananoque, Ontario. The 8.5-mile span connects U.S. Route 81 with Canada's Highway 401. Groundbreaking on the bridge began in early 1937, and just 16 months later and $3 million later, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt met with the Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King to officially open the bridge in a ceremony that drew a crowd of approximately 25,000 people. Today, the bridge takes 2 million vehicles across the U.S.-Canada border every year.:

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