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Exhibition Bridge (Puente De La Exposición) at Turia Riverbed Park in Valencia, Spain Exhibition Bridge (Puente De La Exposición) at Turia Riverbed Park in Valencia, Spain. Spanning 130 metres (426 feet), this bridge was built between 1991-1995 by Santiago Calatrava. It joins the university area with the old town and is known as the bridge of the exhibition (also 'de la Peineta' owing to the arch shape). Alameda refers to the Metro station below the bridge, while 'exhibition' refers to the Valencian Regional Exhibition (1909). The original footbridge was destroyed by the devastating flood of 1957. Although painted white, the bridge is made of high resistance steel. Comunidad Autonoma de Valencia Stock Photo
Exhibition Bridge (Puente De La Exposición) at Turia Riverbed Park in Valencia, Spain. Spanning 130 metres (426 feet), this bridge was built between 1991-1995 by Santiago Calatrava. It joins the university area with the old town and is known as the bridge of the exhibition (also 'de la Peineta' owing to the arch shape). Alameda refers to the Metro station below the bridge, while 'exhibition' refers to the Valencian Regional Exhibition (1909). The original footbridge was destroyed by the devastating flood of 1957. Although painted white, the bridge is made of high resistance steel.

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Exhibition Bridge (Puente De La Exposición) at Turia Riverbed Park in Valencia, Spain. Spanning 130 metres (426 feet), this bridge was built between 1991-1995 by Santiago Calatrava. It joins the university area with the old town and is known as the bridge of the exhibition (also 'de la Peineta' owing to the arch shape). Alameda refers to the Metro station below the bridge, while 'exhibition' refers to the Valencian Regional Exhibition (1909). The original footbridge was destroyed by the devastating flood of 1957. Although painted white, the bridge is made of high resistance steel.

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