Puente de Gérgal
The bridge is an important engineering work of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Its construction began in 1880, but due to problems that appeared in the land, it was delayed for about 28 years. Around 1908, the work was completed under the direction of the railway engineer José Molero Levenfeld. Made with clay stone blocks in the arches and walls, it has a large central arch over the main channel of the Rambla de Gérgal and two secondary arches, one on each side, to host a large avenue of water. Located on Calle Molero.