Puente Medieval del Sonella

This is a bridge dating from the XVI Century with two unequal spans and a hexagonal- shaped buttress parting the water as a central pillar. It is approximately 28.50 metres long and 3.40 metres wide, and made entirely of ashlar, with four lowered arches per span. These arches are formed by way of separated wall ribs with no backfill. The bridge, on the river Sonella, allows the traveller to cross from the town to the fields of Sonella and to the Franciscan monastery of Santa Catalina.
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