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Puente de Segovia

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Puente de Segovia

105 Reviews
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IKONO is a unique space in Spain, a sensory experience where we want you to enjoy photography through the different spaces. In each of our rooms you will experience a different sensory journey where you will live ‘Ikonic’ experiences.<br><br>The experience lasts approximately 60 minutes and is a collection of different worlds where you will come into contact with unique smells, colors and touches. The digital and the original merge in a unique place for your photos.<br><br>At IKONO all ages can enjoy, the only requirement is that you make each space yours, transforming it into a unique place in the world. Being Ikonic is up to you. You dare?<br><br>
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Phi Somchai wrote a review Mar 2020
Bangkok, Thailand3,478 contributions758 helpful votes
A historical bridge built in the 1500s. The sculpture and carvings are beautiful. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Dimitris L wrote a review Jun 2019
Sydney, Australia17,399 contributions57,021 helpful votes
Puente de Segovia is a nice stone bridge, resembling a Roman aqueduct. The bridge was built some time during the 16th century, and it is said it is the oldest in Madrid. The bridge owes its name to the fact that the way from one side is that from Segovia, so you cross over the river as if coming from that city into Madrid. It's also notable that the bridge has undergone a number of widenings and renovations over time to accommodate a modern, growing city environment. The bridge is not a very high bridge, but the views from there are still quite good. However a walk in the vicinity of the bridge is much better, than just standing on it.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Judi L wrote a review Oct 2018
Denver, Colorado694 contributions200 helpful votes
Segovia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for the Roman aqueduct. It ws built more than 2,000 years ago. It is a two-tiered structure that was originally 10 miles long with 118 arches. It is Europe's largest and best preserved aqueduct. You can also stroll through the medieval streets. A place worth visiting.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Dan L wrote a review May 2018
Bunbury, Australia4,313 contributions905 helpful votes
This bridge spans the river Manzanares near the Parque de Atenas and connects Calle de Segovia with Paseo de Extremadura. It dates to 1580, has nine arches, is the oldest bridge in Madrid, and because of its historic significance was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1996. It has undergone many changes over the centuries, being one of the main access roads to the City.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Eric L wrote a review Apr 2018
56 contributions17 helpful votes
Segovia, Spain a must experience as part of visiting Spain. The castle, moat, buildings are amazing to experience from many aspects I.e. designing, engineering, workmanship all from a period where no machinery, computers, metal bolts, beams, etc. A definite WOW!
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Date of experience: April 2018
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