National Monument bridge.
Roman in origin and reconstructed during the Almanzor period. One of the entrances to the town.
During the Middle Ages merchandise and people went through this entrance to keep control of who came into the town. On the eastern side there is a fortified entrance crenelated with a half moon arch with another horseshoe arch inside. There is also a statue of San Idelfonso and the coat of arms of the Catholic Monarchs.
Origin: 3rd century
Artistic period: Gothic
Historic period: 13th century
Setting: Castle of San Servando.
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