Ponte de Rubiães

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The Ponte de Rubiães is a Roman bridge in the civil parish of Rubiães, Paredes de Coura municipality, northern Portugal. It crosses the small river Coura. It is part of the Portuguese Way of St. James. The bridge was constructed in the 2nd century.[1]

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  • Traianus - Technical investigation of Roman public works

Coordinates: 41°54′14″N 8°37′35″W / 41.90389°N 8.62639°W / 41.90389; -8.62639