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Ponte Maria Pia, Porto District

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  • Built by Gustave Eiffel before his famous exposition tower in Paris, it is still an active railroad bridge and worth a look (best to take a sail beneath it, as it is not visible from the city center)  more »
  • It is an historic iron bridge designed by Mr Eiffel and in the previous century the upper and under tray were used by vehicles crossing between the two cities of Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia. The bridg...  more »
  • It was planned by Gustave Eiffel, and was ready in 1867. It is still in use, but you cannot walk on it.  more »
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  • Another great metallic bridge over Douro...maybe a bit far to go by foot. It was a train bridge now decommissioned but maintained due to its beaty
  • This 19th century iron bridge has nothing to envy to the famous Luís I bridge, whose wife is named. Designed by Gustave Eiffel and his partner, he was for a time the world's largest railway arch bridge. It was in use until the year 1991.
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  • Monumento muito bonito e bem localizado junto ao Douro
  • Engenharia no seu melhor!! Recomendo a visita.
  • Very fine bridge built by Gustave Eiffel. Not to be confused with the Luis I bridge.
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