Bridge of Sighs (disambiguation)

The Bridge of Sighs is one of the many bridges in Venice.

Bridge of Sighs may also refer to:
*Bridge of Sighs (Cambridge), a bridge in Cambridge, England
*, England
*Bridge of Sighs (Oxford), a bridge in Oxford, England
*The Bridge of Sighs ("Seufzerbrücke") at the Römer (Frankfurt am Main)
*Bridge of Sighs (Barranco) (Spanish: Puente de los Suspiros), a bridge in Lima, Peru
* with the Criminal Courts Building in the early 20th century.

*"Bridge of Sighs" (album), a 1974 album from Robin Trower
**"Bridge of Sighs", the title track from the album
*"Bridge of Sighs", a book title by various authors:
**"Bridge of Sighs", a 1973 novel by Jane Lane (author)
**"Bridge of Sighs", a 1992 novel by Elizabeth De Guise
**"Bridge of Sighs", a 2007 novel by Richard Russo
**"Bridge of Sighs: A Play in Three Acts", a 1960 play by Thomas Muschamp
**"Bridge of Sighs: Chelsea's 1996-97 Season", a 1997 book by Steven Downes
**"Bridge of Sighs: A Novella and Stories", a 2002 book by Paulette Roeske
*"The Bridge of Sighs", a book title by various authors:
**"The Bridge of Sighs", a 2003 novel by Olen Steinhauer
**"The Bridge of Sighs: Poems", a 1992 book by Steve Orlen

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