The Arch of Medina, or Arco de Medina, is located in Arevalo one of the oldest Castilian cities in Castilla y León, Spain. Arevalo was home to the kings of Castile, and a great part of Isabel la Católica’s childhood was spent there
The arch, or doorway, can be found in the lower part of the city at the end of the Medina Bridge where it marked the entrance to the city. It was created in 1769 and is built in the Neoclassical style, constructed mainly of brick, with a granite replica of the citys shield facing outwards.
The Media bridge is one of the most outstanding civil works in the town and crosses over the Arevalillo. Built in mudéjar style in the 14th century, It was declared monumento histórico-artístico via a Royal Decree issued on 19 October 1983