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First built in 29 AD- added to over the centuries. Visigoths, Romans, Islam, Christians, Napoléon- the English blowing part of it. Still functioning- still a long walk over the river. Beautiful and evocative.
The Roman Bridge had a key strategic and defensive role in Merida's past, and used to be linked directly to the Alcazabar (fortress) at the town end. The structure, given its length across a river prone to flooding, is remarkable, and has been changed and...More
This is a very long Roman Bridge, perhaps one of the longest in existence.
Naturally over the she's other societies have added to it.
It is free to walk on, with no car traffic, and in a pleasant setting.
This beautiful bridge was originally two and later generations joined it to make the longest, still standing Roman bridge in the world. It is a testament to the Roman engineers who designed it that it still stands today and carried vehicular traffic until 1991 and...More
This is certainly a beautiful bridge, especially because it is still fully functional in crossing the river - without any cars! However, only a small part is Roman, the rest is 1,000 years younger. It is hard to tell where the Roman part ends and...More