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Roman Bridge and Masegoso Road (Pozalmuro)

In Pozalmuro there is a Roman bridge which was declared Heritage of Cultural Interest in 2001.

 

The bridge is 10.25 metres long, 4 metres wide and has a 2.9-metre slope. The openings are 2.45, 2.7 and 2.9 metres big, respectively. The bridge’s structure is made of ashlar and the rest is stonework. It has three very well-made barrel vaults and sandstone structures that form the keystones on the arches, the tympanums and abutments. The keystones on the arches are very wide and deep, making these keystones fit in perfectly. The semi-circular vaults are built around small 75-centimetre tall stones that have a diameter of 2.5 metres on the sides and 2.7 in the middle. This pattern repeats itself in all three arches making it perfectly symmetrical. The cutwaters are triangular and made of plastered masonry from a previous period which were then connected to the tympanums above the water. The parapet has completely disappeared so that heavy machinery could pass the bridge.

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