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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Visit the Roman bridge of Chaves - Madalena (Chaves)

Ponte Romana de Chaves, who has one of its ends to the Town of Magdalene, is also designated bridge of Trajan, and was built between the end of the century and the beginning of the second century AD
With about hundred and fifty feet long and a dozen arches visible, the works carried out in the 1930 covered some of the arches and others buried there in the construction of mansions overlooking the river and deployed. This bridge is the ex libris of the city, and is classified as a National Monument.

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