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Ponte de São João

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Ponte de São João

The Ponte de São João or St John's Bridge, designed by engineer Edgar Cardoso is a railway bridge in Portugal. It replaced the functionality of the still standing Gustav Eiffel wrought iron Maria Pia Bridge in 1991.


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