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Pont Julien (Julian Bridge) France

A great bridge site built in 3BC by Julius Caesar, or his engineers, and in continuous use until 2005; amazing construction. It crosses the Calavon River and was part of the ancient Via Domitia road system connecting Rome to France.
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Easy access from the nearby D900 motorway with a nice parking lot adjacent.
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Sunrise

07:54 18:54
22:40
43°51'44.9471" N 5°18'22.6531" E

Bookmarks (18)

  • Florian Müller
  • peter steflic
  • Anna Lentz
  • Andriy Yagensky
  • Arndt Günther
  • Lynette Cunday
  • Martin Jean
  • farrah dizon
  • Monty Rigsby
  • Aurelius
  • decar66
  • Christoph Kluge
  • Raphael Maia
  • Vicki Jonees
  • Jason Protheroe
  • WaSz Fotograf
  • Florian Schwientek
  • Gunnar Heilmann
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Thank you Dan Froese for creating this photo spot.
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