Julien Bridge

The Julian Bridge was built on Via Domitia, the oldest road in France and built by the Romans to connect the Empire to its conquests.

84480, Bonnieux

Page updated on 15/02/2019

The building was probably erected around 27 BC 14 AD. The work of art, 46.60m long and 4.20m wide, was built in large apparatus with 3 openings. The bridge crosses the Calavon, a capricious river whose floods are famous and violent; yet to date, floods have not been able to shake its structure.

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Pont Julien
Pont Julien
Pont Julien
Pont Julien
Pont Julien

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