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Very impressive medieval bridge

This saracen bridge is very well preserved and really stunning to look at. There is a parking place... read more

Reviewed 18 November 2016
fjane84
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Island of Malta, Malta
Linking two provinces

Ponte dei Saraceni links the Catania and Enna provinces and crosses the Simeto river, a pristine... read more

Reviewed 19 March 2015
Alfred F
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Malta, Europe
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17 Apr 2018
“Inspiring!”
17 Nov 2016
“Very impressive medieval bridge”
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Reviewed 17 April 2018

We had no problem to find the bridge with our satellite navigation and it is only about 3km outside the town of Adrano. The bridge along the whole place around is inspiring! Cross the bridge and take a long walk around and you will found...More

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Reviewed 18 November 2016

This saracen bridge is very well preserved and really stunning to look at. There is a parking place next to it and and nice walk along the river whch i recommend. The only pity is there is no info about the site there, so you...More

1  Thank fjane84
Reviewed 13 November 2015

Ponte dei Saraceni links the Catania and Enna provinces and crosses the Simeto river and must have provided a strategic link between the Norman castles in ancient times. The bridge has 4 arches The two west arches are Gothic and the most west arche crosses...More

1  Thank justanormalfamily
Reviewed 19 March 2015

Ponte dei Saraceni links the Catania and Enna provinces and crosses the Simeto river, a pristine, lava-rich area. The stone bridge must have provided a strategic link between the Norman castles at Paterno' and Adrano in times gone by. Only the central gothic archway survived...More

2  Thank Alfred F
Reviewed 28 October 2013

One of the fascinating aspects of Sicily is the succession of cultures who have visited and influenced it. The Saracens don't get a big mention, so obviously I was going to try it out. Like much of Sicily (Italy?) signage is haphazard, but we eventually...More

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