Puente de Piedra, Zaragoza

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The Puente de Piedra (English: Stone Bridge) is a bridge across the river Ebro in Zaragoza, Spain.

The Puente de Piedra is also called the Bridge of Lions because since 1991 four lions (symbols of the city) have been placed on the pillars at each end of the bridge. The lion statues were designed by Francisco Rallo Lahoz.
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  • The 225-meter Stone bridge was built in the XV century on the site of the former bridge. The arch bridge is built according to all the rules. Its massive pillars, reminiscent of the tower have even...  more »
  • Lovely stone bridge spanning the Ebro River. A set of bronze lions at the bridge entrance are quite impressive. Vehicular traffic is minimal, but be sure to exercise caution. A wide pedestrian...  more »
  • Perfectly located across from the Pillar. Connect the new with the old. This bridge adds a touch of class to the city and provides a safe walking place from the hustle and bustle of the city. It has plenty of places for picture opportunities or a place to watch the ducks, maybe spot a large crane, or just get lost watching the current. Whatever it it, enjoy!
  • Antient Bridge that still fully functioning. Amazing!
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