For Sunday Bridges over at San Francisco Bay Daily Photo, here is a bridge, of sorts, in Jerusalem.
The 16th century Damascus Gate is the main entry into the Muslim Quarter.
From the street and sidewalk and plaza outside the portal you must walk over a bridge to enter the Old City.
The modern bridge rests on the remains of earlier structures, most of them from the Crusader period. The Crusaders built their own gate here after they captured Jerusalem in 1099.
Even farther down is what the tour sign calls the Roman Square.
The Roman Legion destroyed the Temple in 70 C.E. In the 2nd century emperor Hadrian changed Jerusalem's name to Aelia Capitolina and it became a pagan Roman city.
The arch you see in the photo is the only survivor of a magnificent Roman triumphal arch which was comprised of three vaulted gates.