Cacor Bridge


The Canal Bridge "Spanning the Tarn".
It is about 1.5 km upstream from the Marina that the Garonne Canal crosses the Tarn , not far from its confluence with the Garonne , via the majestic Pont Canal du Cacor.
This Canal Bridge built around 1845 constitutes, by its dimensions, the purity of its lines, the harmonious use of the stone of Quercy and the "brick Toulouse", a major architectural element of the region and the heritage of the Waterways of France.

Date of construction: 1845.
Length: 356 metres.
Width: 8.35 metres.
Depth: 2.70 metres.
Number of arches 13 arches of 20 meters , 2 arches of earth of 5 meters

Spoken languages : French


All year round, daily.

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Cacor Bridge
Chemin de Rhode
Le Cacor 82200 Moissac

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05 32 09 69 36