This is Puente Genil’s most significant monument, since it is linked to the town’s foundation. It is our most emblematic monument because it symbolises the union of two river banks in 1834, giving rise to the Puente Genil we know today. It was first constructed in 1561 and designed by the Cordoban architect Hernán Ruiz II. The bridge’s current construct is thanks to the renovation works carried out by the French engineer Leopoldo Lemoniez Renault in 1874.





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