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Heidelberg is located on the river Neckar in a steep valley in the Odenwald. It is bordered by the Königsstuhl and the Gaisberg mountains. The Neckar here flows in an east-west direction. On its left bank, to the west, lies Mannheim; on its right bank, to the east, are Neuenstadt (part of Heidelberg), and other towns that form part of Heidelberger Land district (Rohrbach am Herzogenweiler). The oldest surviving bridge over what today is called "Neckar" was built during Roman times: it carried Emperor Domitian's "Pons Flavius" from Nida across this river towards Rome itself; it has been re-erected next to Wiesbaden Castle ().