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   Navajo Bridge is the name of each of a pair of steel spandrel arch bridges that cross the Colorado River.The dual spans of Navajo Bridge are tied at ninth place among the highest bridges in the United States with nearly identical heights of 467 feet (142.3 m) for the original span, and 470 feet (143.3 m) for the second span. The original bridge was opened on June 14-15, 1929.