The Puente Viejo is a 33 foot, pedestrian bridge constructed in 1616. 101 feet below the single arch flows the Rio Guadalevín in the ravine of the El Tajo Gorge. Thank the work from the 18th century for adding the observation niches. The Old Bridge replaced two early ones at this same location constructed by the Arabs. In the background is the Archway of Philip V. Arco de Felipe V was built in the mid-18th century.