One of the tourist stops is St. Martin's Town. Ancient bridge, from which opens a beautiful panorama. A lot of brides are coming there to do a photo.
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It is so interesting to see the Muslim influence on the structure of this bridge, which combines architectural elements typical of medieval times with typical shapes derived from the Muslim style. It is also a bridge that is rich in history as it was once...More
Originally built in the 14th century, San Martin’s Bridge crosses the Tagus River in Toledo. Fortifications were added later in the 16th century. The bridge is a nice location to take photos of the area of Toledo that is along the Tagus River.
One of the main entry points to the old city of Toledo. It can be seen from a number of points, including the tour buses or a taxi; but the closer you can get, the more you will appreciate the details and architectural elements.
Very pretty bridge with an absolutely gorgeous view. It's worth taking a tour around the town to see all of the bridges.
The San Martin bridge is a featured stop on organised tours around the city, and buses frequently stop alongside it so that tourists can take their pictures. But a better, and more exclusive, view can be had from the banks of the Tagus. If you...More
This solid gate (and bridge) are still very much intact, and look like they will be for some time. Impressive construction! Although the wall still has several gates, they are all different in character and look.
The St. Martin bridge was built in the 14th century the archbishop In Toledo. It was make the old town accessible from the western areas. Both sides of the bridge have large towers, built in the 16th century for protection and control of the people...More