Rebouça Bridge


The Rebouça Bridge in Troporiz, in the municipality of Monção, was built during Roman occupation, when the region was crossed by important Roman roads, such as Via XIX of Antonino, a military road that connected Bracara Augusta, currently named Braga, to Asturica Augusta, already in the current Spanish territory (currently Astorga). The purpose of this and other military routes that crossed the region would be to explore the abundant mineral deposits. Rising over the Gadanha River, this stone-masonry bridge, built with granite from the region, also connects to a nearby Roman necropolis, in Perafita. Take the opportunity to take a walk on the banks of the Gadanha River.


Monção (Viana do Castelo)

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