Ponte Pietro Nenni

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Ponte Pietro Nenni

It serves the metro, but also has two auto lines and relative sidewalks. It was built in 1971-72 by architect L.Moretti in reinforced cement with three spans. Ponte Nenni is 122m long and 25m wide.

At Lungotevere Arnaldo da Brescia, on the left side of the Tiber, is a monument to Giacomo Matteotti, deputy-socialist, who was raped here, and murdered in 1924. Stele Matteotti, in gilded bronze, was erected in 1974 by Iorio Vivarelli.

Address:
Ponte Pietro Nenni
00192, 00196, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Shown By Map A Zone As "4"

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