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Ponte dei Saraceni, Adrano
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  • This saracen bridge is very well preserved and really stunning to look at. There is a parking place next to it and and nice walk along the river whch i recommend. The only pity is there is no info abo...  more »
  • Halfway through the long course of the Simeto River, where the waters that come down from the North meet the black lava of the volcano, in a landscape that is expressed with wild notes and strong contrasts, stands one of the most spectacular ancient bridges of Italy. Firmly shaped, the bridge of Saracenni, exceeds the Gorges that the Simeto delves into lava, with a pointed arch surmounted by a black basalt stone and whitish sandstone structure. The bridge, which is actually a bridge of Roman Empire then readjusted during the middle ages, belongs to that which was the main road in Sicily inside and that from Catania to Adrano, Centuripe, Termini Imerese touching Agira, Assoro, Enna ... The places are imbued with an environmental aspect which is not far behind the monumentality of the bridge. The spectacular pseudopoligonali lavas forms, contrasts the spumosissimo Rapids flow waters and around, West the barren landscape of the hills centuripine and to the East the lush countryside. Unfortunately the places are left on their own, a place not only of tourists, difficult to reach.
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  • Awesome place! The bridge is in excellent preservation even though you have to be a bit careful if you want to climb over as it is a bit difficult, the venue as a whole is very nice, access the site isn't really easy but some sign from time to time is in any case just ask the locals, all really very friendly and willing to help you with directions (typical Sicilians). Sin is that we went through a period where the River was almost dry for the rest is really a nice place. If you're in the area worth a stop
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