Crickhowell is a small town on the River Usk. The first record of a bridge at Crickhowell is in the 16th century, although it has been rebuilt and widened since then. In 1979, cracks started to appear due to the heavy traffic crossing it so a temporary bridge was built beside it whilst repairs were carried out. Oddly, one side of the bridge has 13 arches whilst the other side has just 12!

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