At Ferrebeekeeper we have featured all sorts of Gothic things: Gothic beds, Gothic clocks, Visigoths, and Gothic cathedrals. Here is “El puente romano” of Cangas de Onís (a town in Asturias in Northwest Spain). Although the bridge, which crosses the Sella River is known as “the Roman Bridge,” its name is a misnomer. The stone structure was probably constructed at the end of the 13th century. Stylistically it is a transition from late Romanesque towards Gothic (although I guess a stickler for bridge architecture would probably classify it as Romanesque). The two large arches on either side of the cambered central arch are of different sizes. It is certainly an exceedingly beautiful structure: I would love to walk across it…if I am ever sojourning in Northwest Spain.