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Il ponte romano di Pont-Saint-Martin

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Il ponte romano di Pont-Saint-Martin

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TravelSal66 wrote a review Dec 2018
Bradwell, United Kingdom22 contributions11 helpful votes
Well worth a look at this very grand structure and see the amazing construction of the past. Walk under and over the bridge and admire the grandeur of the bridge.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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MachiavellianSheep wrote a review Jan 2018
Derbyshire, United Kingdom185 contributions58 helpful votes
This bridge is pretty on first glance but when you investigate further you see how it is hemmed in by the surrounding houses. There is a nice little trail which notes some of the local history but bearing in mind the views are either the hydro electric plant or over more of the town it’s not the best bridge in the area.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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davidg777 wrote a review Aug 2017
Sydney, Australia591 contributions133 helpful votes
This bridge is pretty cool if you get to see it and worth the photo opportunity. A bit of the motorway but worth the detour. The water rushing underneath is so fresh and cooling
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Date of experience: July 2017
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IvekFiume wrote a review Apr 2017
Rijeka, Croatia163 contributions67 helpful votes
Point Saint Martin is small place but very calm and cozy. You can reach everything by foot. Few shops, few bars, everywhere domestc atmosphere.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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145Carol wrote a review Jan 2017
Sydney, Australia156 contributions42 helpful votes
Pont-Saint-Martin in the Aosta Valley, is one of the Via Francigena destinations. Making the pilgrimage last year we stopped in the tiny town, and admired this masterpiece of Roman engineering that dates back to the 1st century. The bridge is located in a delightful hill side setting, with a hydroelectric station and waterfall nearby.There is an interesting legend about the pact St Martin de Tours made with the devil to save the people of the town when stopping there during his Via Francigena pilgrimage to Rome. I would welcome any information about it.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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