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Ponte Milvio, Rome

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  • The first time I was expecting something more, is a beautiful bridge with some statue, maybe sometimes I put myself a padlock so everytime I get my memory, good that close there is sweety. Anyway I don't want to belittle this beautiful bridge, will that Rome is full of bridges and breathtaking corners, couples holding hands has its charms.
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  • The Milvian Bridge is one of the most beautiful and famous bridges in Rome. Historically it was mentioned as early as the first century ad as a result of some battles. In addition, it was also called Ponte Molle because in cases of flood of the Tiber is the first to be submerged. Over the last decade has enjoyed further fame in the film "Ho voglia di te" where the protagonists, as well as later couples in real life, put padlocks around the railings and lampposts to then throw the key into the River as a sign of eternal love; However, that practice was discontinued after a few years due to problems due to the weight of padlocks. You can take long walks along the bridge and buy souvenirs at street stalls. To see both day and night.
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  • The Romans call it popularly ponte Mollo because of its peculiarities: when the Tiber is in full is the first bridge to be submerged. For some time there was the custom for young lovers to put a padlock on the Central bridge lamp and throw the keys into the Tiber, in imitation of what are the protagonists of the film I want you. Following the breakup of the lanterns due to the excessive weight, the padlocks were removed from the bridge.
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  • I went to the bridge for Sunday antique market, which is held regularly on the first and second Sunday of every month except for August. The market was said the most oldest flea market in Rome, but really disappoint me. It is not big, and many stalls just sell some cheap products. There are much more fun antique markets in Europe than this one. The bridge has story about history, but it looks too new.
  • I did not realize the historical significance of it when I was there but it is a beautiful bridge. On the side opposite the historical city of Rome there is a trendy area of shops and restaurants. My personal suggestion is to eat at the more authentic places on the Rome side.
  • If you love old you will love this. History and beauty all in one and a great location to start a long day's walk south thru the city.
  • Excellent bridge that allows pedestrians to cross the river without any danger of getting wet or falling into the river with all that such an accident would entail. Highly recommended!
  • Lovely castle over seeing the city. street performance nice view over the river less crowded compare to Vatican city is a walking distance to vatican city