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Puente Viejo (Old Bridge) with Arab (or Roman) Bridge below
|Crosses||Guadalevín River and El Tajo canyon|
Puente Viejo (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈpwente ˈβjexo], "Old Bridge") is the oldest and smallest of three bridges that span the 120-metre (390 ft) deep chasm that carries the Guadalevín River and divides the city of Ronda in southern Spain. It was built in 1616, and currently only carries pedestrian traffic.
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