Spain Roman Bridge
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The Roman bridge of the Spanish city of Mérida (Extremadura) is considered the longest of antiquity. In the times of the Roman Empire the work was elevated on the river Guadiana along 62 arcs with a total length of 755 m. Today the bridge has a length of 721 m (including the entrances 790 m) and rests on 60 arches, of which 3 are hidden on the banks.
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You can park easily in both bridge entrances. And walk a short path.