It is one of the most beautiful bridges over the Arnoia and the examples of Roman construction that retains much of its original structure. Declared a national monument in 1984, it is 57 metres wide and consists of four semicircular arches with spouts on pilasters to resist the current of the river.
It was built to communicate the Roman camp Aquis Querquernis with Ourense and Lugo; and it is also related to the existence of a Roman military complex in the municipality of Cartelle. It is considered as a secondary itinerary to communicate the New Way and the XVII Way.
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