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Ponte Nomentano, Rome

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The Ponte Nomentano (called Pons Lamentanus in the Middle Ages) is a Roman bridge in Rome, Italy, which carried the Via Nomentana over the Aniene (Latin: Anio). Having lain outside the city limits for most of its history, the picturesque bridge is noted for its medieval bridge tower, which served to protect this important northern approach to Rome.
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  • This was once upon a Time a famous romantic bridge in Rome and whilst it still majestic it is sadly surrounded by grubby motorway and back alleys and the riverbanks are overgrown and strewn with...  more »
  • This bridge was probably built around 100 BC, and later it was repeatedly fortified and restaured from 6th to 19th Century. It's the symbol of Montesacro neighborhood, and it's a really fascinating...  more »
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  • Historical Bridge of Rome located in the district of Monte Sacro. Along its old life, over twenty centuries, has undergone several remodelings and restorations, despite these, its original bearing structure has resisted over the centuries. Route from the chaotic Roman traffic until the early nineties of the TWENTIETH century, today it is part of the Aniene River Park, only pedestrian walking distance. Long life then to our immortal BRIDGE NOMENTANO.
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  • Ancient bridge of Rome that crosses the Aniene River and is one of the few pedestrians in the city. Along with the Milvio bridge and Sslario bridge was in ancient Rome one of the most important extra-urban bridges. In use until 1924 to the construction of the Tazio bridge is an obligatory link between Roms and the northern areas of the city. Since 1997 and pedestrian only.
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