Edmund Pettus Bridge

  • US Highway 80 Selma, AL

Attraction Info


The Edmund Pettus Bridge is a National Historic Landmark since 2013. It is a place of pilgrimage since the 7th of March 1965, also known as the Bloody Sunday, when armed policemen attacked civil rights protesters.


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