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792 metres long spanning he while river, this is what made the Romans settle in Merida. The fort online end was to guard this important river crossing to Lisbon. The moors also thought the same and extended the Roman fort and built the Alcazjar at...More
Go and walk on this long low bridge across the river which was only pedestrianised a few years ago, and just think about how it was built and how it has stood for a couple of thousand years. Extraordinary.
Coming from the car-park in Merida, you walk on the promenade in the direction of the “Alcazaba of Merida”. When you arrive at this location, you have on your right the “Ponte Romana de Merida” who is crossing the “Guadiana River”. This bridge has been...More
Complete Roman bridges are not that common so worth walking down of you're in Merida for the theatre. Unfortunately (once again) very little information to tell visitors what they are looking at. I worked out from one information board that most of it is Roman...More