Albarregas Roman bridge

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Albarregas Roman bridge
Native name
Spanish: Puente Romano sobre El Albarregas
Mérida - Puente romano sobre el Albarregas - DSC 2138 W.jpg
Location Mérida, Spain
Coordinates 38°55′24″N 6°20′57″W / 38.923464°N 6.349177°W / 38.923464; -6.349177Coordinates: 38°55′24″N 6°20′57″W / 38.923464°N 6.349177°W / 38.923464; -6.349177
Official name: Puente Romano sobre El Albarregas
Type Non-movable
Criteria Monument
Designated 1912
Reference no. RI-51-0000111
Albarregas Roman bridge is located in Spain
Albarregas Roman bridge
Location of Albarregas Roman bridge in Spain

The Albarregas Roman bridge (Spanish: Puente Romano sobre El Albarregas) is a Roman bridge located in Mérida, Spain. The bridge, which is built of granite, crosses the river Albarregas, a tributary of the Guadiana. It carried the Vía de la Plata.[1]

It has been protected since 1912.[citation needed] It is a Bien de Interés Cultural and part of a World Heritage Site.[2]

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  1. ^ "Puente Romano" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-05-19. 
  2. ^ "Archaeological Ensemble of Mérida". UNESCO. 19 March 2009. Retrieved 19 March 2009. 

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