The Puente de los Franceses (Bridge of the Frenchmen) railway viaduct is located in Madrid, Spain. Comprising five semi-circular brick skew arches, it was built in the second half of the 19th century to carry the railway line from the north (Madrid - Venta de Baños - Irun) across the River Manzanares.
The bridge is named after the nationality of the engineers who devised the project, who were of French origin. The bridge is also known as the French Bridge.
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