San Martín Bridge
One of the most beautiful sunsets in Spain (Toledo).
Built in the Middle Ages and dating to around the 13th century, the bridge was later rebuilt almost entirely.
Initially it was constructed from ashlars. It was later modified with new defensive structures such as the two end towers, one from the 13th century and the other connecting to the wall from the 16th century. All this has meant that today the bridge has an impeccable structure. In 1921 it was declared a National Monument. It has five arches.
- Construction: Bridge
- Artistic period: Gothic
- Historic period: 14th century
- Setting: Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes.