The Roman Bridge, Cordoba, Spain

Just before exiting Cordoba we paused to have a good look at the Roman Bridge. We were actually wonder struck looking at the mighty structure existing from 1st century BC. Beneath the Roman Bridge, tamed for centuries by this bridge, River Guadalquivir silently flowed by.

The arches seemed most majestic; there are 16 of them. This Roman Bridge has undergone several reconstructions and renovations over the centuries. Only 14 and 15th arch belongs to the original structure. Those are typical Moorish architectural style and add to unusual beauty of the bridge

Total length – 247m
Width – 9m.

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37 Responses

  1. Amazing, Nice captures.

  2. Sylvia K says:

    Ah, thanks again for the wonderful memories of my years in Spain, Indrani!! Beautiful captures as always!! Hope you have a lovely weekend!!

  3. Super intersting! I am curious to know which one are 14th and 15th ones which have remain unchanged…

  4. Al says:

    Beautiful – what a history in that part of the world! By the way, I received an advertising site redirect accessing your blog away from your page, probably from one of your widgets (I've read that sitemeter does this sometimes).

  5. Moorish architectural style has a distinctive pattern. Nice pictures Indrani.

  6. whoa… what a place!!

  7. The bridge is impressive.

  8. beautiful it is..I would love to visit this

  9. that is nice to see 🙂

  10. The Romans are famous for Aqueduct Constructions.. Interesting Post!

  11. Awesome captures Indrani 🙂

  12. Uppal says:

    Magnificent imposing structures!

  13. AmitAag says:

    Great place…and wonderfully captured too!

  14. ladyfi says:

    So old and so beautiful!

  15. hargunwahi says:

    I was really surprised to know that this bridge existed since 1st BC…wonderful place.
    Those are really good clicks 🙂

  16. DeniseinVA says:

    You have seen some really wonderful places. Thank you for sharing another great one with us.

  17. Beautiful Roman artifacts, thanks for trip Indrani.

  18. Interesting! I started reading many more things about the bridge after reading this one. Thanks for sharing

  19. Awesome captures Indrani Ji !!

  20. eileeninmd says:

    It is an amazing old bridge, a beautiful structure. Great shots, enjoy your weekend!

  21. Nisha Jha says:

    I think we missed this bridge. Thanks for taking me to Spain again. 🙂

  22. You said, a century old !! amazing.

  23. Such a wonderful place! Great pictures 🙂

  24. Jeevan says:

    I wonder what that giant wheel used for. Marvelous bridge and this remind me Kallanai aka Grand Anicut near Tiruchi, across Kaveri River.

  25. The thought and execution carried on so many years ago is magnificent!

  26. Beautiful structure. That wheel reminded me of the old water mills in Europe.

  27. D.Nambiar says:

    Massive with an old-world charm! Nice. 🙂

  28. This is an exceptional treat to see.
    Thanks for sharing, Indrani – nice job!
    Have a Happy Weekend!
    Peace 🙂

  29. fredamans says:

    Impressive. But so is the mill wheel.

  30. Sri Kri says:

    Impressive structure.Great shot.

  31. Impressive architecture of the ancient Roman Bridge shows how skilled the workers were !

  32. Indrani thanks for this trip,ancient structures are marvelous.

  33. I love the wheel in the first photo!

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