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Martinusbrug Bridge - Netherlands
Martinusbrug Bridge - Netherlands
Martinusbrug Bridge
­čôŹ Netherlands
The Martinusbrug Bridge is an iconic landmark in Utrecht, Netherlands. The bridge is named after the 14th century Roman Catholic theologian, Thomas Aquinas. It is an arched stone bridge that connects the east and west parts of Utrecht over the Kromme Rijn river. Constructed in the year 1548, the bridge is the oldest still existing bridge in Utrecht. With its 16.5 meters in span, the bridge is one of the few stone bridges in the city that were not destroyed during World War II. This bridge is a great example of medieval Dutch architecture, with its single-span structure, straight lines, and classical design. The Martinusbrug Bridge is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike thanks to its beautiful views of the river and the city, making it a great place for people to take a strolling break.

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