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Aqueduct of tarragona

Pont del Diable is the popular Spanish name of the Roman aqueduct of Tarragona, capitol of the province of the same name.

The aqueduct is found 3km from the city and brought fresh water from the Francoli River. It’s a grandiose structure from the era of Trajan and has two levels of arches. The lower level has 31 arches and measures 63 meters in length, while the upper lever consists of 25 arches and measures 217 meters in length.

On the A-7 highway, there’s a place where you can park on either side of the highway and then reach the aqueduct by foot. It’s a nice walk and a worthwhile one at that. The Aqueduct of Tarragona was declared a National Historical Monument in 1905.

The Aqueduct of Tarragona was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1905.
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By chance ...

Returning from Barcelona to Valencia on the A7, about 3 km from Tarragona, I happened to see a sign indicating Pont del Diable and viewpoint signal. I thought seize a small break from driving to stop at the rest area and look out to see the sights. You can see the images attached. What was my surprise to see such a monument. I was recently in Segovia and this has nothing to envy. This aqueduct supplied water to the ancient Roman city of Tarraco and was built in the time in which Jesus lived. It measures almost 220 meters long and its height reaches 27 meters at some points; amazing building for that time. Do not miss it.

Por casualidad...

Volviendo de Barcelona a Valencia por la A7, a unos 3 km de Tarragona, vi por casualidad un cartel que indicaba Pont del Diable y la señal de mirador. Pensé en aprovechar un pequeño descanso en la conducción para parar en el area de descanso y asomarme a ver las vistas. Podeis ver las imagenes adjuntas. Cual fue mi sorpresa al observar semejante monumento. Hace poco estuve en Segovia y este no tiene nada que envidiarle. Este acueducto suministraba agua a la antigua ciudad romana de Tarraco y fue construido en la epoca en la que vivió Jesucristo. Mide casi 220 metros de largo y su altura llega a los 27 metros en algunos puntos; increíble construcción para aquella época. No os lo perdais.
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Devil's bridge, ancient roman aqueduc...

Devil's Bridge, ancient Roman aqueduct Legend has it that the devil built it in one night. Fantstico landscape surrounded by various fantsticas paths, perfect for enjoying a morning surrounded by nature.

Puente del Diablo, antiguo acueducto romano
Cuenta la leyenda que lo construyo el diablo en una noche. Fantástico paisaje rodeado de diversas sendas fantásticas, ideal para disfrutar de una mañana rodeado de naturaleza.
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Surrounded by nature hike in the wood...

Surrounded by nature hike in the woods. It is spectacular to see the des-Front as the above route. Do not fail to visit, what with the camera in hand and routes to take advantage there is to see different places that hide in the woods.

Rodeado de naturaleza se alza en mitad del bosque. Es espectacular ver-lo des del frente como por la ruta de arriba. No dejeis de visitar-lo con la cámara en la mano y aprovechar para hacer las rutas que hay para ver distintos parajes que se esconden en el bosque.
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Tourism in tarragona jams

Driving in Tarragona produces stress. An excessive number of speed changes, and continuously require slow speed until you get confused and radar is 100m behind the plate, I nailed a fine. To relax and you do not put his wallet, STAY AWAY A Tarragona.

Turismo en tarragona jamás

Conducir por Tarragona produce stress. Una cantidad exagerada de cambios de velocidad, obligan a frenar y acelerar continuamente, hasta que te confundes y el radar que está 100m tras la placa, te clava una multa. Para relajarte y que no te metan mano a la cartera, NI TE ACERQUES A TARRAGONA.
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Roman aqueduct in the city of tarraco,

civil construction spectacular the Roman Empire, very easy to visit because it is next to the highway and free parking

Acueducto romano de la ciudad de tarraco,

Espectacular construccion civil del imperio romano, muy fácil de visitar porque esta junto a la autovia y cuenta con aparcamiento gratuito
Francisco Vázquez García
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Huge example of the greatness of rome. pragmatism and aesthetics coexisting serving tarraco.

Huge example of the greatness of Rome. Pragmatism and aesthetics coexisting serving Tarraco.

Inmenso ejemplo de la grandeza de roma. pragmatismo y estética conviviendo al servicio de tarraco.

Inmenso ejemplo de la grandeza de Roma. Pragmatismo y estética conviviendo al servicio de Tarraco.
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Devil's bridge

Little known outside the routes indicated for tourism, awesome.

El puente del diablo

Poco conocido, fuera de las rutas indicadas para el turismo, impresionante.
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Very quiet place harking back to a ti...

Very quiet place harking back to a time when everything was big and majestic,

Un lugar muy tranquilo que te remonta a una época donde todo era grande y magestuoso ,,
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This is the popular name that receive...

This is the popular name that receives an impressive Roman aqueduct, which according to tradition was built by the Devil. The play, very close to Tarragona capital, is the s. AD And save a drop of 200 meters with its two floors of carved stone arches, which are supported without mortar. Its mission was to bring the river city Francolí and was so effective that it remained in use in Arab times and well into the Middle Ages. Its excellent conservation and woodland environment highly advisable do a visit. Cottages Tarragona: Http :/ /' http://www.toprural.com/cataluna/casas-rurales-tarragona_bd-es-43.htm'

Este es el nombre popular que recibe un impresionante acueducto romano, que según la tradición fue construido por el Diablo. La obra, muy cercana a Tarragona capital, es del s. I d.C. Y salva un desnivel de 200 metros gracias a sus dos pisos de arcos de piedra tallada, que se sustentan sin argamasa. Su cometido era llevar las aguas del río Francolí a la ciudad y fue tan eficaz que se siguió utilizando en tiempo de los árabes y hasta bien entrada la Edad Media. Su excelente conservación y el entorno de arbolado hacen muy aconsejable una visita.

Casas rurales Tarragona :
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Pont del diable

If you want to look for gps put "PONT OF DIABLE" because if not, you will not find

Pont del diable

Si queréis buscarlo por GPS hay que poner "Pont del Diable" porque si no, no lo encontrará.
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The roman aqueduct in tarragona is on...

The Roman aqueduct in Tarragona is one of the monuments that have been declared heritage of humanity by UNESCO in 200. To visit, go out of Tarragona. You can go by car but also by bus (then you should take the bus L-5 and get off at the "Devil's Bridge" or "Puente del Diablo", and you will come directly to this spectacular building!). This aqueduct is part of the water supply network of the imperial city. Its construction dates from the reign of Emperor Augustus.

L'aqueduc romain de Tarragona est l'un des monuments qui ont été déclarés patrimoines de l'humanité par l'Unesco en 200. Pour le visiter, il faut sortir de Tarragona. On peut y aller en voiture mais aussi en bus (il faut alors prendre le bus L-5 et descendre à l'arrêt "Pont du Diable" ou "Puente del Diablo", et vous arriverez directement devant cet édifice spectaculaire !). Cet aqueduc fait partie du réseau d'approvisionnement en eau de la ville impériale. Sa construction date du règne de l'empereur Auguste.
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Pont de les Ferreres Phone Number
977 296 100
977 296 100
Pont de les Ferreres Address
Pont del Diable, Sant Pere i Sant Pau
Pont del Diable, Sant Pere i Sant Pau
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