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Roman Bridge

  • Roman bridge. Salamanca © Turismo de Salamanca

    Roman bridge. Salamanca © Turismo de Salamanca

  • Roman bridge with the cathedral in the background. Salamanca © Turespaña

    Roman bridge with the cathedral in the background. Salamanca © Turespaña





First century


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Some historians date the construction of the bridge to the 1st century A.D. during the reign of the emperor Trajan. The bridge crosses one of the widest stretches of the Tormes River and is located on rocky subsoil. It is 176 m long and 3.70 m wide, with 26 round arches and robust pillars. It forms part of the roman Silver Road that linked Merida and Astorga.

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Floral offering to the Virgin of La Vega © Turismo de Salamanca

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Salamanca Fair

Show during the Castile-León International Arts Festival © Turismo y Comunicación de Salamanca, S.A.U.

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Castile-Leon International Arts Festival

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Visitors wishing to take part should register at the municipal tourist office, as the groups are limited in size.     


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