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Roman-Medieval bridge of Berlanga

The Romans built this bridge, which was later renovated in Medieval times, on the route from Córdoba to Mérida, over the Culebra stream, in Berlanga.

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Berlanga , Badajoz (Extremadura)

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  • The Romans built this bridge, which was later renovated in Medieval times, on the route from Córdoba to Mérida, over the Culebra stream, in Berlanga.

    Straddling the stream of Culebra, in Berlanga, is an old Roman-Medieval bridge, the fruit of the remains of the old Roman road which also provides access to the "Las Quinientas" Natural Park. Its main attraction consists of its large dimensions. Although it is of Roman origin, the bridge was restructured during Medieval times and has been standing ever since.

  • Origin:
  • Romanisation (BC)
  • Construction:
  • Bridge
  • Art period:
  • Romanisation
  • Period in history:
  • Various styles
  • Romanisation
  • Official name :
  • Property of Cultural Interest

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