Ponte Giacomo Matteotti

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Ponte Giacomo Matteotti

It was built in 1929-29 by Antonelli, and has three brick spans covered by travertine panels. Originally it was named Ponte Littorio, and received its present name after the WWII. The bridge is 133m long.

Ponte Giacomo Matteotti,
00192, 00195, 00196, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Shown By Map A Zone As "3"

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