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4 of 5 arches clearly visible

This is not 5 bridges but one bridge with 5 arches. It dates from the 1st century bc. There's a... read more

Reviewed 29 December 2015
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My visit to The Five Bridges

I was a little surprised to see the condition of the Five Bridges. Not a lot to see, but if you... read more

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“My visit to The Five Bridges”
18 Feb 2017
“One of the Salona's archaeological finds. Worth a visit. Beautiful ancient city.”
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The road from the oldest part of Salona, through the Porta Caesarea eastward, about 100 metres after leaving the town, crossed a Salon backwater. The road was laid on stone arches, known in the local terminology as the Five Bridges. This locality...more
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I was a little surprised to see the condition of the Five Bridges. Not a lot to see, but if you visit Salona, check out the Five Bridges

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Reviewed 18 February 2017

The stone arches known as the Five Bridges are located in ancient Solin (Salona). The arches served as holds for a Roman road that led from the oldest part of Salona through the eastern city gate (Porta Caesarea). This ancient five-arch bridge was supported by...More

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Reviewed 19 April 2016

If this was the main attraction of Salona no one would visit this site at all. A former bridge that is now mostly buried, even though the very top parts of the arches are still visible. Worth a quick look , but thats about it.

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Reviewed 29 December 2015

This is not 5 bridges but one bridge with 5 arches. It dates from the 1st century bc. There's a lot of growth and we could only see 4 of the 5 arches to this bridge. Apparently there are massive pillars below the arches but...More

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