The Oldest Bridges In The World
The Arkadiko Bridge in Greece is believed to be the oldest bridge in the world, dating back to the 13th century BC.
Located in Greece, this bridge is estimated to be over 3,000 years old and was used by Mycenaean chariots.
The Roman Bridge of Cordoba, located in Spain, was built in the 1st century BC and is still in use today.
Roman Bridge of Cordoba
The Pons Aemilius, also known as the Ponte Rotto, is located in Rome and was built in 142 BC.
Located in Turkey, this bridge dates back to the 9th century AD and was used by caravans traveling along the Silk Road.
Built by the Romans over the Danube River in Romania, this bridge was completed in 105 AD.
Located in Spain, this Roman bridge was built in the 2nd century AD and is still in use today.
The Stone Bridge in Germany was built in the 12th century AD and is one of the oldest stone bridges in Europe.
The Ponte Vecchio in Florence, Italy, was built in the 14th century and is famous for its unique shops built into the bridge.