Oblique view of the arch span
This is taken from the Loring Park (east) side of the bridge
Photo taken by Jason Smith
BH Photo #167057
One of our contributors took it upon themselves a while back to set the hometown for a number of engineers as their birthplace. This isn't usually how bridge historians refer to engineers, they usually list the location in which their engineering business was located.
Armajani was born in Iran, but actually became an American citizen and lived in St. Paul, Minnesota which is where he practiced engineering, and that is the location most bridge historians would refer to as this engineer's "hometown or location". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siah_Armajani
Huh an Iranian builder... That's.... Unique for a US Bridge.
This is NOT a suspension bridge, and it is SO NOT an eyebar bridge. Just sayin'...