Roman Bridge, Ponte de Lima

I love this photo of Ponte de Lima’s namesake bridge.  While most of the bridge was built in the 14th century to adjust for changes in the path of the river, the section on the north side of the bridge does, in fact, date from Roman times.

The day we visited Ponte de Lima was quite rainy, hence the umbrellas in the photo.  I love the bright yellow umbrella in the center of the photo against an otherwise grey image.  I also love the yellow lights that hang above the bridge.

Ponte de Lima is a wonderful little town and well worth a visit.

On the bridge

Author: Don Baker

My wife says I make stuff up. While that's probably true I'm going to stick to stuff that's mostly true.

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