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Friday, August 19, 2011

Visit the Roman bridge of Chaves - Santa Maria Maggiore (Chaves)

Ponte Romana de Chaves, with one of its ends located in the Parish of St. Mary Major (Chaves) also called, Trajan's Bridge was built between the end of the century and the beginning of the second century AD In addition to the development of the baths is a of the best legacies of the ancient Roman Aquae Flaviae, which prevails to this day, resisting the historical floods, and strong river currents Tâmega. With about hundred and fifty feet long and a dozen arches visible. This bridge is classified as a National Monument.

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