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Puente de Pinos

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Although it follows the guidelines of the big Roman bridges, it clearly belongs to the first Visigothic period. It has three large arches upon foundation pylons and Roman structure, including the round cutwaters towards the current, and square in the opposite side. However, the arches are already horseshoe arches although with a different prolongation, with the voussoirs disposed in typical Visigothic style, as well as the bond.

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