Puente De La Barqueta
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Puente De La Barqueta
Puente de la Barqueta
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The Puente de la Barqueta, viewed from the left side of the Guadalquivir river
CarriesMotor vehicles, pedestrians, and bicycles
CrossesGuadalquivir river
LocaleSeville (Andalusia-Spain)
Official namePuente Mapfre
Preceded byPuente del Alamillo
Followed byPasarela de la Cartuja
Total length214 m.
Width21,4 m.
DesignerJuan J. Arenas & Marcos J. Pantalerón
Construction start1989
Construction end1992
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The Puente de la Barqueta (literally "bridge of the barges", in reference to the formerly present "Barqueta Gate"), officially named Puente Mapfre, is a bridge in the city of Seville (Andalusia, Spain), which spans the Alfonso XII channel of the Guadalquivir river. It constituted one of the main means of access to the Isla de la Cartuja ("Cartuja island").[1]

It was built between 1989 and 1992, on the occasion of the Universal Exposition Expo'92, and conceived as the main gate for this.


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