Puente de la Trinidad

Puente de la Trinidad

The Trinity Bridge


Address:
Conde de Trenor - Calle de la Trinidad

Itinerary: La Seu

Category: main attraction sightseeing

The gilded and majestic Puente de la Trinidad Bridge is one of the oldest bridges in the city. The Puente de la Trinidad was built in the Gothic style by Pedro Viñes in the 14th century, on the remnants of a Moorish bridge made of wood.

It is supported by ten slightly pointed arches with buttresses and cutwaters, and in the centre are two structures housing the Baroque statues of San Luís Beltrán and Santo Tomas de Villanueva, both by the Italian sculptor Ponzanelli. Originally, two saints from Alcira –Bernardo and Maria de Gracia, both converted Moors– stood here, but these fell victim to the Guerras Carlistas wars.

Puente de la Trinidad Map



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