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Ponte Rotto, Rome
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  • This bridge is the oldest Roman stone bridge in Rome. Just a simple arc in the middle of the river is all that remains today. The bridge is located in the beautiful surroundings.
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  • It is the name by which frequently was named the old "pons Aemilius," just outside the modern ponte Palatino. The first realization dates from 241 BC; only in 142 BC, the bridge was completed with the construction of stone arches. A first complete renovation dates back to 12 BC, subsequently, changed its name and the numerous meltdowns caused by his position demanded further restoration until a complete renovation in 1552. Vain thing, a very strong flood determined a new collapse and Pope Gregory XIII Boncompagni had him rebuild for the Jubilee of 1575, but on 24 December 1598 due to a further massive flood, the river took away Happy water pipeline with three of the six arches of the bridge that were not rebuilt. Then were elaborated other strategies to use it until the late 19th century, when it was created the ponte Palatino, resulting in the deprivation of two of the three arches and calling it definitively "broken."
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  • Pons Aemilius/Ponte Rotto has a few boasts, it is the oldest bridge, the first stone bridge and supposedly the longest at around 150 metres, built in ancient Rome. The bridge was originally made of wo...  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