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Trois Sautets bridge

Historic site and monument, Engineering structure, Bridge in Meyreuil
  • This bridge spans the river Arc. It is a single-arch bridge with a donkey's back. Its construction dates back to 1655. It is now classified as a historical monument.

  • This single-span hump-backed bridge straddles the Arc river. It was built in 1655 and is now a listed historical monument.

    The bridge takes its name from the three little jumps (or "sautets") which were needed to cross the Arc at this point before the bridge was built.

    It was also below this bridge that Paul Cézanne saw and painted a crowd of "Bathers".

    Later, the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill relaxed here during his free time.
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