Roman bridge of Tôr
The Roman bridge of Tôr was built in the secondary Roman road that linked Milreu in Estoi (Faro council) to Salir (Loulé council). It is located just south of Tôr, 3Km Querença (Loulé), on Quarteira steam. Although in this road, there was the Bridge of Álamos near Loulé.
Often this bridge is known as a Muslim bridge, or even sixteenth century bridge, even though there are two round arches, a typical Roman construction.
That apens, because the bridge was started by Romans, an finalized by Muslims
The currently explanation for the presence of a Portuguese coat is due to restoration work that it was subject in the fifteenth century or in the late Middle Ages.
Nearby: Faro, Albufeira, Quinta do Lago, Vale do Garrão, Vilamoura, Loulé, Querença
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