Ponte del Risorgimento, Roma, Italy
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It was built in 1909-1911 to connect the Della Vottoria Neighbourhood with the Viale delle Belle Arti. It was the first bridge to be built in the city in reinforced concrete, with a single span of 100m. It is 159m long and 20m wide.
To the north of it, at Lungotevere della Vittoria 31, is the Museo dell'Arma del Genio, illustrating Italian military transport, bridge building and communications. It includes a military aircraft of 1909, and models of historical fortification and armoury from Roman times to the present day.
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