Roman bridge on the Guadiana River, built during the 1st Century BC, to establish the way out of the city through the north; length 792 meters; 60 arches; Largest ever built in the Antic Hispania; Lusitania (Hispania Ulterior) Bridge (in the distance) built by Santiago Calatrava, Merida (Augusta Emerita, Capital of Hispania Ulterior), Extremadura, Spain

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Roman bridge on the Guadiana River, built during the 1st Century BC, to establish the way out of the city through the north; length 792 meters; 60 arches; Largest ever built in the Antic Hispania; Lusitania (Hispania Ulterior) Bridge (in the distance) built by Santiago Calatrava, Merida (Augusta Emerita, Capital of Hispania Ulterior), Extremadura, Spain

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