Sunday, June 10, 2012
Ponte dell'Abbadia, Italy.
Ponte Pietra, Verona, originally built in 100 BCE. Most of these bridges have of course been repaired over the years, and here you can see the difference between the Roman stonework and the Renaissance additions. And then four of the five arches were blown up by retreating Germans during World War II, and rebuilt after the war using the original materials.
Pont Julien, Apt, France.
Eurymedon Bridge, Selge, Turkey.