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Puente de Palmas

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Sayana S wrote a review Aug 2018
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Very beautiful antique bridge on the night time. The best view from the top of Towers Puerte de Palmas.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Danilo R wrote a review Jul 2017
Moscow, Russia838 contributions121 helpful votes
This is a historical landmark with more than 2 thousand years. Avoid walking during the day because the temperature reaches +40 degrees Celsius really easily in the afternoon. Evenings are perfect for a walk and yo appreciate how beautiful the bridge is. Also there posters in the beginning of the bridge explaining the history
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Jacqui E wrote a review May 2017
Midhurst, United Kingdom323 contributions129 helpful votes
A beautiful, historic town. Badajoz square is a work of art with beautiful contrasting brick patterns and arches. It's definately a hidden gem and an unknown Spanish town well worth a visit. Beautiful parks down to the water where you can walk right along under the bridge. Very good bar in the park and busy in the evenings with families walking, cycling, skating etc.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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hans-jaguar wrote a review Apr 2017
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal17144 contributions677 helpful votes
El Puente de Palmas This bridge is the oldest one of the city of Badajoz and is crossing the Guadiana River and this at the “Puerta de Palmas” the connection between the city and the locations of “San Fernado & Santa Isabel” at the boorder of the river. The bridge has being built in between 1460 and 1511. The bridge has 32 arches and has a length of about 585 meters, this dimensions have changed with time and the reconstructions. One of the best views you will have from the walls of the Alcazaba.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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