According to the local myth, Sir Isaac Newton built this bridge without using and nail, screw or bolts. However it was built by James Essex in 1749, and unsurprisingly he used bolts and nails.

Name: Mathematical Bridge

Lat, Long: 52.2021832,0.1150583

Location: Cambridge, England

Mathematical Bridge, Cambridge, England
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