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Ponte della Musica, Rome
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  • At the beginning of the century here there was the beach of "Pasha"-so called from the fine sand deposited by the Tiber where nobles and commoners were to bathe in waters not yet polluted, sunned themselves although a Tan "to Carlo Conti" was much yet to come, they went by boat and competed in races and water fights with patrons at the opposite shore rivals of Prato Falcone, so to speak ... Labeled as "red man" and "Culibianchi" each other, the sepia-tinted vintage photographs give us images of a Roma "Kelvin" unexpectedly free and easygoing where characters in tuba, gaiters and walking cane mix with sunbathers more or less half-naked and with Gonzo headdresses. Construction of the twenty years would have cleared the beauty of this bucolic landscape and goofs of "Roman", more protected both by the wide bend of the river and well away from the via Flaminia which, at that time, was the only link "extra moenia" between the Porta del Popolo and the antique Milvian Bridge. In their place today dominates this "Ponte della Musica", the most recent of Roman bridges, named in memory of the composer Armando Trovajoli. Many-at the time of his inauguration--the criticism received and reductive descriptions: "er", "er de Calatrava Calatrava fake ' poor ' or ' er de Calatrava Rutelli" (calling to mind the famous Spanish architect and Mayor of Rome that favoured construction), "the remnant of the Olympics" (due to the resemblance to the roof structures of the nearby soccer stadium), "the lira out of tune" (alluding to its silhouette similar to that of the ancient musical instrument) etc. In spite of this, the bridge is now part of the urban context and river, stands out against the dark mass and vegetation of Monte Mario and constitutes the culmination of the road that "Teatro Olimpico", home of the prestigious "Filarmonica Romana" comes to "green lung", consisting of the "Olympic village" with "Sports Hall", the Auditorium "Parco della Musica" and "Villa Glori" Parioli , formerly known as "Memorial Park". The bridge is open to pedestrian traffic only and-beyond the interest for its simple design and its composite structure (steel, concrete, reinforced concrete, wood ...)-is an outstanding observation point for landscape this stretch of the River Tiber. A place suspended over the water, quiet, charming, romantic, beloved by couples of all ages, mothers with children, lovers of bicycles and skates, dogs, from aspiring models who here place their photo shoots ... and, lately, by curious that, hence, they come to check the status of a recent slump to one of the palaces of angle between lungotevere Flaminio and piazza Gentile da Fabriano!
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  • A structure that there azzecxa little with "ancient" bridges over the Tiber na has a beauty of its own and its usefulness ... to cross the Tiber without cars ... a nice reason to exist
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  • Just opened was one of those that said "has nothing to do with" today I think is pretty spot on. It is slender and imposing as if to say nn I don't want to look like my old brothers who have close but I want to see and appreciate. Passage (which was missing) walkway between two realities (the two different banks of the Tiber) that combines the modern tradition of two villages you Rome
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