Detail :: Data Jembatan

Jembatan Devil's

Panjang43,00 m
Bentang Terpanjang37,30 m
Kondisi UmumTidak digunakan
Jenis JembatanPelengkung
Tanggal Mulai1283
Tanggal Selesai1289
Tanggal Peresmian1289
Latitude (GPS)41.4749970000000000
Longitude (GPS)1.9378360000000612

The Pont del Diable (Spanish: Puente del Diablo, English: Devil's bridge), also known as Sant Bartomeu Bridge,[1] is a medieval bridge crossing the river Llobregat and straddling the municipalities of Martorell and Castellbisbal in Catalonia, Spain. The bridge is restricted to pedestrians.

The present bridge, featuring a large pointed arch, was constructed in 1283 on Roman foundations. The main clear span is 37.3 metres (122 ft) with a stone chapel on top.[2][3] A secondary arch has a span of 19.1 metres (63 ft). The bridge was destroyed in 1939 during the Spanish civil war by retreating Republican troops, but rebuilt in 1965 in a form generally similar to the gothic structure.[2] It is now surrounded on three sides by road flyovers and railway lines.

The original Roman bridge formed a part of the Via Augusta, and was the only bridge in the lower Llobregat valley until the 14th century.[4] It still features a Roman triumphal arch at its eastern abutment. It is unclear how many spans the original Roman bridge had

Sumber :

Galeri Foto