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The Roman bridge located in Trier is one of the oldest structures in the city. Currently, there is a road across the bridge.
The bridge was erected in the 2nd century AD. The pillars of the bridge, made of monolithic concrete, were faced with volcanic stone.
In the 17th century, the French army laid several explosive shells on the bridge, but the powerful structure managed to resist and survived in its original form until our time.
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Topic: Roman bridge in Germany, resort of Trier.