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Edmund Pettus Bridge

This famous Civil Rights landmark represents a pivotal point in Voting Rights as law enforcement officers attacked marchers with tear gas and nightsticks on "Bloody Sunday," March 7, 1965. The site was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2013.

Broad Street & Water Aveue Selma, AL 36703
(334) 875-7241
Open 24 hrs
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Open 24 hrs
(334) 875-7241

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  • Broad Street & Water Aveue
  • Selma, AL 36703
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