Vadin-Orlea Roman Bridge
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|total length||1000 - 1100 m|
Bridge was probably built when the troops of Cornelius Fuscus crossed the Danube in 87 A.D. Of the bridge only some ruined piers remain in the Danube. The bridge probably fell into disrepair once its military use was finished.
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- Die römischen Brücken am unteren Lauf der Donau. Presented at: 3. Internationale Donaubrückenkonferenz, 3rd International Conference on Bridges across the Danube, 29-30/10/1998, Regensburg, Germany, pp. 401-409. (1998):
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