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Old February 1st, 2013, 11:02 PM   #61
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Amazing showcase of the beautiful bridges of Spain, Castor. The bridge of Olvena has always fascinated me with its spectacular location and surrounding. Thank you
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Old February 3rd, 2013, 09:10 AM   #62
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Thanks, Viva_Bulgaria. Certainly, the Devil's Bridge is impressive for its construction and its environment. I am a very bad painter, but paint it once and I have the picture hanging in my house.


Puente Romano (Cangas de Onís/Parres) – Asturias Community.
The Puente Romano (Roman Bridge) in Cangas de Onis is an old building situated on the River Sella in the ancient capital of Asturias, Cangas de Onis and separating the Municipalities of Cangas de Onis and Parres.
Although known as the Roman bridge, its construction was during the reign of Alfonso XI of Castile and Leon with its famous arch stilted and two minor arcs are unequal. This bridge may well be a reconstruction of a previous one, although there is no evidence of this.
Is a Spanish Heritage Site. From its central arch hangs a reproduction of the Victoria Cross.


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Old February 4th, 2013, 07:11 AM   #63
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Puente de Lusitania (Mérida), Badajoz province – Extremadura Community.
The Puente de Lusitania (Lusitania Bridge) is a bridge designed by architect Santiago Calatrava. It opened in 1991 and has 480 meters long saving the Guadiana River as it passes through Merida.

The precast concrete deck is designed with a center drawer of 4.45 meters and 6.6 meters of ridge width. Wings hold the outside lanes for traffic. It has a 190 meter arch steel hanging 23 pairs of pendulous with both ends in concrete. The bridge is supported by six concrete piles anchored in the riverbed. Its overall width is 24 meters and the maximum span of 190 meters.

It has three channels: one for each direction of traffic with two lanes each 3.5 meters wide and another pedestrian of 5.5 meters who is in the middle and a raised 1.5 meters of the other


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Old February 5th, 2013, 06:59 AM   #64
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Puente del Milenio (Ourense) – Galicia Community.
The Puente del Milenio (Millennium Bridge) is the fifth bridge in the city of Ourense, built 2000 years away from the first: The Puente Romano (Roman Bridge). Noted for its avant-garde design and the bold structural system used. Opened in 2001, was designed by architect Alvaro Varela and engineer Juan M. Calvo with the combination of concrete and steel. Its original curve is enhanced by the footbridge that becomes elevated 22 meters.

The bridge consists of two levels: The lower is the concrete platform connecting the riverbanks. It is supported by a system of metal straps and two large sloping metal pillars also at the ends.

The second level of the bridge is a footbridge access from level drops slightly and after a turning point, begins to climb to reach 20 m in height, using 100 steps for it. At that point the viewer's position is dizzying: very high above the river, with magnificent views of the city of Ourense at his feet.


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Old February 7th, 2013, 07:31 AM   #65
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Ponte Romana (Ourense) – Galicia Community.
The Ourense bridge known as Ponte Romana (Roman Bridge), Ponte Vella (Old Bridge) and Puente Mayor ( Major Bridge), over the River Miño, was built in first century AD. C. within a branch of the XVIIIth Roman Road or Via Nova.

The strategic location of it as communications hub in the center of the then province of Gallaecia only increased over the centuries contributed to the development of the city of Orense.

During the twelfth century the main arch of the bridge gave way resulting in a series of endless repairs and landslides that did not end until the end of the seventeenth century reform led by Melchor de Velasco gave the bridge its present unquestionably medieval although it maintain original Roman elements such as the arches of commencement.


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Old February 7th, 2013, 06:24 PM   #66
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Puente Romano (Salamanca) – Castile & Leon Community.
The Puente Romano (Roman Bridge) is part of the Via de la Plata, one of three Roman roads that linked Emerita Augusta (Mérida) with Cesar Augusta (Zaragoza) and Astorga. Currently this image of the Roman Bridge is a universal exponent of the city of Salamanca.

The Romans noted the importance of this city for its strategic location next to three hills and the banks of the river Tormes, of vital importance to stock their waters while an obstacle to cross by enemies.
This river was flowing and accessible from the suburb to the city center was a must pass its waters. Probably Trajan ordered its construction to make way for their armies.

The bridge is made of stone and has 26 arches but the primitive Roman construction are only 15 of them on the right bank. Arches are typical of the era with large padded segments dating from the year 89 AD. The rest of the bridge was rebuilt during the reign of Felipe IV (1677).

Of 176 meters long and 3.70 meters wide is by itself a reference of Salamanca and a pleasant place to stroll and feel nature. Typical custom of newlyweds take pictures here because from the Puente Romano is contemplated a beautiful view of Salamanca.


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Along the Roman Bridge stone “verraco” (Celtiberian representation of pigs, boars or bulls), decapitated, here is where it is believed that crashed head of Lazarus's famous blind (read Lazarillo of Tormes).


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Acueducto de San Lázaro (Mérida) – Extremadura Community.
The San Lazaro aqueduct was built in the mid-sixteenth century, reusing the stones of the Roman aqueduct of Milagros.
With two superimposed arcades showing small windows with stilted arches on the first floor, and larger, too stilted, second, through which the specus (channel carrying water). The opening of the second story arc avoided the possible collapse of sections in days of strong wind, and that let the wind for them. Currently, its surroundings are landscaped and offers an attractive appearance to the visitor during his visit, essential, to Merida.


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Puente de las Bolas (Arrecife) Lanzarote Island – Canary Islands Community.
The Puente de las bolas (Balls Bridge) is a bridge of stone in that top two balls of stone, hence its name, is totally cobblestone floor and gives way to the castle, now a small museum dedicated to the city and its history. Although known as Castillo de San Gabriel (San Gabriel Castle) is more like a fortress surrounded by sand and sea and two large guns placed on either side of the front door with a large lock.
Balls Bridge is a bascule bridge that was built in the sixteenth century and which was acceded to San Gabriel castle located on an island opposite the town of Arrecife, in order to defend it from pirates whose attacks on the island , at that time, were very frequent.


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Acueducto de los Arcos de San Antón (Plasencia), Cáceres Province – Extremadura Community.
The Aqueduct or Arcos de San Antón in Plasencia is located north of the historic city of Plasencia.

Underneath the arches passes the N-630 or Silver Route. It is a work dating from the XVI century, being built by Juan de Flanders. Acted as to bring water to the city from the Cabezabellosa Range and El Torno. It is now well preserved 55 arches, seven of them by the Hospital Virgen del Puerto and the other in San Anton, a place where there was a chapel dedicated to the saint, now defunct and which gives its name to the area. The latter arcs measured a total of more than 300 meters wide and solid pillars and arches with keystones regular and perfect. It has a height of 18 meters in the south.



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Very impressive. More aqueducts please.
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Old February 14th, 2013, 07:14 PM   #71
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Thanks, ko7 .

Let's see, I'll be for a while on a long trip, so I'll put the three major aqueducts in Spain and when I return in March will proceed with "the most famous and beautiful bridges in Spain."

Of course, if someone wants to show a bridge of Spain will be great!.

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Acueducto de los Milagros (Mérida), Badajoz Province – Extremadura Community. Wikipedia
The Acueducto de los Milagros (English: Miraculous Aqueduct) is a ruined Roman aqueduct bridge, part of the aqueduct built to supply water to the Roman colony of Emerita Augusta, today Mérida, Spain.

Only a relatively small stretch of the aqueduct still stands, consisting of 38 arched pillars standing 25 metres (82 ft) high along a course of some 830 metres (2,720 ft). It is constructed from opus mixtum - granite ashlar blocks interspersed with red brick - utilising a double arcade arrangement.
The structure originally brought water to the city from a reservoir called the Lago de Proserpina, fed by a stream called Las Pardillas, around 5 km (3.1 mi) to the north-west of Mérida.

It is thought to have been constructed during the 1st century AD, with a second phase of building (or renovations) around 300 AD. In later centuries, the inhabitants of Mérida dubbed it the "Miraculous Aqueduct" for the awe that it evoked.

The aqueduct was one of three built at Mérida, the other two being the 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) long Aqua Augusta, fed by theCornalvo reservoir, and San Lázaro, fed by underground channels. The aqueduct is preserved as part of the Archaeological Ensemble of Mérida, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


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Pont de les Ferreres (Tarragona) – Catalonia Community. Wikipedia
The Pont de les Ferreres (Les Ferreres Bridge; also known as Pont del Diable in Catalan, English: Devil's Bridge) is a Roman bridge, part of the Roman aqueduct built to supply water to the ancient city of Tárraco, todayTarragona, in Catalonia, Spain. The aqueduct bridge is located 4 kilometers north of the city. The aqueduct is part of theArchaeological Ensemble of Tarraco, which was added to the UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 2000.

The Tárraco aqueduct took water from the Francolí river, 15 kilometers north of Tarragona. It probably dates from the time of Augustus.

The Pont de les Ferreres is composed of two levels of arches: the upper section has 25 arches, and the lower one has 11. All arches have the same diameter of 20 Roman feet (5.9m) with a variation of 15 cm. The distance between centres of the pillars is 26 Roman feet (7.95m). It has a maximum height of 27 metres (89 ft) and a length of 249 metres (817 ft), including the ends where the specus (water channel) runs atop a wall.


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Acueducto (Segovia) – Castile & Leon Community. Wikipedia
The Aqueduct of Segovia (or more precisely, the aqueduct bridge) is a Roman aqueduct and one of the most significant and best-preserved ancient monuments left on the Iberian Peninsula. It is located in Spain and is the foremost symbol of Segovia, as evidenced by its presence on the city's coat of arms.
As the aqueduct lacks a legible inscription (one was apparently located in the structure's attic, or top portion), the date of construction cannot be definitively determined. Researchers have placed it between the second half of the 1st Century AD and the early years of the 2nd Century—during the reign of either Emperor Vespasian or Nerva. The beginnings of Segovia itself are likewise not definitively known. The people called Vaccaei are known to have populated the area before the Romans conquered the city. Roman troops sent to control the area stayed behind to settle there.

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castor game lo ha vuelto a hacer, gracias por tus hilo(s)

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