Arch of Germanicus
|Other name(s):||Arc de Germanicus|
Saintes, Charente-Maritime (17), Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
|Was supported by:||
Saintes Roman Bridge
|Coordinates:||45° 44' 45.00" N 0° 37' 44.00" W|
Arch and bridge are demolished. The arch is reconstructed on a square.
The arch was originally the entrance gate to the bridge over the Charente built in Roman times. It is not a triumphal arch, but rather an homage to Tiberius, Germanicus and Drusus.
Currently there is no information available about persons or companies having participated in this project.
Relevant Web Sites
- Les plus beaux ponts de France. Bonneton, Paris (France), pp. 10. (2001):
- Les ponts monuments historiques. Inventaire - description - histoire. Editions Brissaud, Poitiers (France), pp. 126. (1988):
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