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Ponte Sant'Angelo … Italy 🇮🇹

Ponte Sant’Angelo … Italy  

Ponte Sant’Angelo (Ponte Sant’Angelo) is a pedestrian bridge over the River Tiber in Rome, built by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in the period 134 – 138 n e. One of the oldest buildings in Rome, has been preserved until today. The bridge is 106 meters long, has a range of five, that is a wide arch is 20 meters. The structure is on the outside made of solid  material inside softer tuff and covered with marble.

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