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The Tiberius Bridge

Corso d'Augusto 249, 47921, Rimini, Italy
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Good place to visit

Of cours one Of the place to vitsit and art on Rimini. Close to ole tien, easy to find. Roman... read more

Reviewed 22 October 2017
ARKI13
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Lahti, Finland
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Nothing Spectacular

Other than the fact that it is 2000 years old, it is just an ordinary bridge which links one into... read more

Reviewed 21 October 2017
JustLoveToFly
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Singapore, Singapore
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The Tiberius Bridge also known as Ponte d'Augusto e Tiberio is located on one of the ends of the city’s main street, Via Corso d’Augusto.
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  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Corso d'Augusto 249, 47921, Rimini, Italy
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Reviewed 22 October 2017 via mobile

Of cours one Of the place to vitsit and art on Rimini. Close to ole tien, easy to find. Roman history

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Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

Other than the fact that it is 2000 years old, it is just an ordinary bridge which links one into the old town. The site is marred by some ongoing construction work on the bank facing the bridge.

Thank JustLoveToFly
Reviewed 17 October 2017

How clever where Romans to built a bridge which can serve more than 2000 years! And waters of the salty sea and river didn't destroy it. They added volcanic ash and salty water cementing it.

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Reviewed 13 October 2017

Please don't rush to judge me for what I'm saying, but there's really nothing to look at here. I have seen magnificent ancient things and I'm not prejudiced against "old piles of rocks", but this is just it.

Thank De T
Reviewed 11 October 2017

Spending a 15 minutes on and around this bridge is incredible. this bridge is 2000 years old, imagine that! Nice to be a part of it.

Thank MarceluitAlmere
Reviewed 27 September 2017 via mobile

Amazing bridge that is from 14AD. Cars still cross it. Not much more to see other than the small bridge.

Thank Perry C
Reviewed 25 September 2017

Beautiful bridge as you cross it you can imagine the Roman Legions marching across to war. Don't miss the little streets behind it, painted with murals.

Thank Jim K
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Reviewed 13 September 2017 via mobile

I think that you should walk to this brige and should be there to feel that amazing historical feeling. Be there with guid who can tell you interesting facts about this brige.

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Reviewed 13 September 2017

Just a bridge plenty of graffiti around about. A lot of fuss about nothing. Do be disappointed if you can't make time really not worth it.

Thank Paul G
Reviewed 7 September 2017

It is impressive that it is still standing after all these years, but they allow cars to cross the bridge and the path is so narrow two people are unable to pass, and one needs to step on the road.

Thank HarryCarson1973
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