The Old Bridge of Tomar in a rainy day

This is the Old Bridge (Ponte Velha) of the City of Tomar, in a rainy day in October 2010. This bridge whose official name is Bridge King D. Manuel I, taking the name of a king of Portugal who lived in the 16th Century, crosses River Nabão from the parish of São João Baptista to the parish of Santa Maria dos Olivais. The first two photos were shot facing the new areas of Tomar in the distance. The third photo was taken facing Corredoura (Rua Serpa Pinto) and on top of the hill you can see the Castle of Tomar.

Old Bridge in the City of Tomar in a wet day

Photo shot in a rainy day in the City of Tomar on the Old Bridge, whose official name is Bridge King Manuel I

 

Wet day in the Old Bridge of the City of Tomar

In a rainy day, crossing the Old Bridge of Tomar from the Parishes of São João Baptista to Santa Maria dos Olivais

 

Bridge King Manuel I, in a wet day in the City of Tomar

Photos taken in the middle of the Old Bridge of the City of Tomar, which crosses Nabão River. On the other side is Rua Serpa Pinto and in the distance on top of the hill, you can see the Castle of the Knights Templar

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