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Ponte D. Maria, Odemira

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Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Ponte D. Maria (D. Maria Bridge) is an 18th-century bridge which crosses the River Mira in the civil parish of Santa Clara-a-Velha in the municipality of Odemira in the Portuguese district of Beja. It is an 18th-century structure that was constructed on the Roman model, allowing it to remain a functional span until the 19th century, when iron structures were introduced in the region.

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  • Ancient Roman bridge near Santa Clara on the way to Santa Clara Dam. The road that allows going to the bridge is on the north side.  more »
  • This could be a nice place to stop off on the way to the big lake and dam at Santa Clara, I guess it's an old roman bridge, it's partly collapsed but situated in an idylic setting with a pond full of....  more »
  • Very quiet and beautiful. The water lilies are fantastic.
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  • Very quiet and beautiful. The water lilies are fantastic.
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