As a witness of the Roman passage here you have some pictures.
Romans left this bridge, a 249 meters long aqueduct that is also called The Devil’s Bridge.
It has been currently used until the 18th century.
A masterpiece of architecture, it is impressive, especially seen from the ground.
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Wow, amazing, where exactly is this?
This is a few kilometers away from Tarragona, that is roughly one hour train from Barcelona
Thanks a lot! <3
You’re very welcome, my dear😘
Wonderful! Tarragona is on my list of places to visit for other reasons, but now the aquaduc is one more reason to visit!
I am glad you liked it, Sev and I hope that soon you will make it
Terrific photos! It’s great to see it from different angles, and close-up as well.
Thank you 😊 yes, I made the tour of the bridge just for this reason😍
Enjoyed the photo essay.
Thank you Carl, I am glad you liked it
Really masterpiece images.Loved them!
Impressive ancient architecture and great photos.
Thank you Ed. Yes, indeed, it is an impressive site☺️
Fantastic architecture. Weren’t the Romans amazing?
They were indeed☺️