Andalusia Sights

Juan Peña El Lebrijano

  • Bridge/Tunnel

Published 08/18/2015

Fodor's Review

Immediately south of the Plaza de España, this is Ronda's most famous bridge (also known as the Puente Nuevo, or New Bridge), an architectural marvel built between 1755 and 1793. The bridge's lantern-lit parapet offers dizzying views of the awesome gorge. Just how many people have met their ends here nobody knows, but the architect of the Puente Nuevo fell to his death while inspecting work on the bridge. During the civil war, hundreds of victims were hurled from it.

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Ronda, 29400, Spain

Published 08/18/2015

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