A Walk Across the Roman Bridge in Cordoba

If you’re looking for a break for some Andalucian air after the Mezquita, a stroll across the Roman Bridge will suffice. Built in the 16th century, the tile floor and lighting was installed in 2009.

As I’ve said many times before, in most public places you’ll find those annoying costume characters. This being Spain, it’s those silver spray-painting tin men or black crow things with a sickle. I’m not sure that’s a good career choice.

When you reach the other side, you’ll find nothing of note. Just turn around and go back.

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