Back in late Autumn of 1985, I was travelling through France to Spain. On my way to Spain, I passed through Cahors and had a glimpse of a medieval bridge across River Lot.
It was cold, I went out of the coach and quickly took a picture of this medieval bridge, without even knowing the name or exact location of the bridge.
Only recently, I found out from Wikipedia the following information about the bridge:
The Pont Valentré (Occitan: Pont de Balandras; English: Valentré Bridge) is a 14th-century six-span fortified stone arch bridge crossing the Lot River to the west of Cahors, in France. It has become a symbol of the city. After the decision was made to build it on 30 April 1306, construction began on 17 June 1308. It was built between 1308 and 1378 with six Gothic arches and three square towers. It opened for use in 1350. It was originally fortified at both ends, but the western tower has not survived.[3
I am happy to have found out more about this bridge. . .. . . a bridge I will remember from now on.