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Pergamon Bridge

Pergamon Bridge

Pergamon Bridge is a Roman bridge over the Selinus river (Bergama Çayı) in the city of Bergama, in western Turkey. It was built during Hadrian's reign between 117–138 AD in order to form a passageway to the monumental Red Basilica temple complex.

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Country: Turkey

District: Izmir Province

Category: Bridges and Water Structures

Site History: 2nd Century AD

Oldest Culture: Roman

Later Cultures: Roman

Site Features: Roman Monuments

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