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Ponte d'Augusto, Narni
(4/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • It wasn't easy to find, but once there I was very impressed with this old bridge built by the Romans back in the first century BC. What a engineering feat. I even walk to the other side of the water t...  more »
  • Imposing structure that crosses the Gorge of the nera ... splendid example of classical Roman engineering. nice and well maintained.
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  • Magnificent from the engineering point of view, with the high arch 32 meters. The Romans were able to do extraordinary things, including some large pieces of the bridge can be seen on the bed of the river nera
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  • Very remarkable structure in origin (one of the largest Roman bridges to the main arch) suffered perhaps more than other similar works centuries of lack of maintenance that led to the collapse of the Central arches. The only survivor still provides a clear idea of its original size. The three stars are an average between the Majesty of the artifact and the usual State of abandonment in which the works of this kind in Italy. The only positive note a sign that indicates the location of the main street bridge, for the rest: the road to get there seems not to have been cleaned in years, below the bridge there is a widening (of passage for some private houses) where you park without knowing if it is allowed, the green area around the River in total abandonment, no sign that explains of that era is the bridge on what street you were (the via Flaminia, not a road any), the design features that make it one of the greatest examples of its kind, nothing. Too bad because when there are exceptions and you invest a minimum in the care and development of exhibits available then the results are evident.
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  • Imposing and majestic
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  • Very majestic
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