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Pons Aemilius (Ponte Rotto), Rome, Italy. Oldest stone bridge in Rome.
Ponte Rotto (Broken Bridge), Pons Aemilius, Rome, Italy.
The last remaining arch of the oldest stone bridge at the river Tiber
41°53’21.84″ N 12°28’46.20″ E
On the way to Sicily I’ve already driven over it:
One-way-street, turning left onto the bridge,
and suddenly it looks like LH traffic – very confusing
Ponte Palatino and Ponte Emilio, Rome, Italy
Via di Ponte Rotto, Rome, Italy
Ponte Emília – Ponte Rotto, Rome, Italy
We see the Ponte Emilio and the Ponte Palatino, together with the Piazalle Emilio in Rome, Italy.
Pointe Emilio and Ponte Palatino, Tiber River, Rome, Italy
Ponte Palatino / Ponte Emilo, Rome, Italy
Ponte Rotto, Roma
Pons Aemilius, Rome, Italy.
Tiber Island in River Tiber, Rome.
In the foreground Ponte Palatino and ruins of Ponte Emilo.
The Pons Aemilius (Italian: Ponte Emilio), today called Ponte Rotto, is the oldest Roman stone bridge in Rome, Italy. Preceded by a wooden version, it was rebuilt in stone in the 2nd century BC.
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