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This bridge was made of stones and it passes over the Adige river. It's a beautiful and simple bridge. It connects the historic center with the other part of the city, where the Castel San Pietro (San Peter Castle) is located.
This bridge has been around for a very very long time being completed in 100BC. Part of the bridge was destroyed by German troops during WWII, but was rebuilt using the original materials in 1956. It is just inspiring to see, walk upon something that...More
Lovely views both up and down the river. Apparently the bridge was bombed in WWII and rebuilt using mainly the original materials. You can feel the love and pride that went into that rebuilding process. Great restaurants nearby (see my other reviews).
This is a pedestrian only bridge and crossing it takes you to the steps up to Castel San Pietro. Many say this is a grueling climb but we did it easily even in the heat of the day. From the top three are great views....More
A tourist mecca you must come and see this bridge.
Its not the longest or oldest or most fantastic sight. But I thought the view back across the bridge and river toward the old town was fantastic.
Get a little elevation and look down from...More