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Ponte Rotto, Rome

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  • The bridge Aemilius (or ponte Emilio) is the oldest in Rome. A piece of history that should be valued as much as possible but, instead, is left prey to the bad weather and the malpractice of many people. The only remaining arch (the others were destroyed by floods in the last century), where you can see still some priceless friezes that have endured over time, reminds us of the grandeur of Rome. Perhaps we should clean it up by all the weeds grew over the years to restore it and illuminate it at night, so as to give it the importance it deserves. A piece of history that should not be forgotten!
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  • Emilia Bridge. More precisely, the remains of the bridge. The oldest stone bridge in Rome, even scary to imagine that the bridge was built in the 2nd century BC To the present day from him there was only one arch in the Middle, which gave the modern name of the bridge is the Ponte Rotto (broken bridge). Close to the famous mouth of truth. you only need to come to the Tiber.
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  • Most tourists have never heard of the broken bridge. The Ponte Rotto - literally, 'Broken Bridge' - stands on the site of the Pons Aemilius, Rome's first stone bridge, built in 142 BC. All that remain...  more »
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  • Nice little jewel of ancient times in an even nicer neighborhood
  • Little piece of bridge with a rich history!
  • A nice bridge on the Tiber river.
  • Oldest stone bridge in Roma. Beautiful view of the Tiber river. A walk along the walking strip beside the river is very pleasant
  • There is a beautiful view of the Tiber river. This was the oldest stone bridge in Rome