Bridges

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Virginie Ferrand Sereni

Stony bridges still span most of our rivers crossing ancient paths. Villagers, shepherds and horse-riders used it to walk down or up valleys, to move their flock or to transports food items. Elegant and strong, these witnesses to history are usually characterized by a hump, a unique arc and a narrow roadway.

Last modified: 31 January 2017

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