Carlos III Bridge

One of the most representative prints of Rojales is the panoramic view of the Charles III Bridge, whose magnificent pillars cross the Segura River, similar to the feet of a giant. Its construction, dating from the eighteenth century, meant breaking the natural separation imposed by the river and establishing, through its three large eyes under arched vaults, the union of the two halves of the municipality. This perfect work of ashlar masonry is, at present, one of the most significant elements of the architectural composition of the municipality, constituting an urban route of outstanding interest for the visitor.
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