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A relatively small stone bridge, dressed with geraniums in the summer, it connect piazza Vittorio Veneto in its immensity to the Church of the Gran Madre di Dio that acts a backdrop, and from there with the hills of Turin, "La Collina". To the East,...More
This bridges was built by Napoleon. When finally the king come back he decided to keep the bridge and to build the church "Gran Madre di Dio". From it you can see beautiful landscape. It is very romantic! I put a photo of the bridge...More
The Ponte Vittorio Emanuele I bridge is the major bridge that crosses the Po river.
It is quite a magnificent sight and is worth taking pics of.
There are also a few plaques worth examining if you are fluent in Italian.
At the end of Via Po is this bridge. It has such a great backdrop of the hills on one side and the large piazza on the other. It is very photogenic and a great place to take photos at the end of the day...More
I did not find the Ponte Vittorio Emanuele I very attractive. It is a bridge that crosses the River Po, but I did not find anything beautiful in the design of the bridge. The views of the river and the river bank were quite good.
The fantastic panoramic view that provides this bridge is superb, located after Piazza Vittorio Veneto, beyond the bridge you can visit the equally beautiful church of Holy Mother. The view of the river Po is charming and romantic. A visit of even five minutes is...More
One would think that Emanuele Bridge would be the the start to the grand Corso Emanuele; but no , the Umberto Bridge does this and Emanuele Bridge opens up The grand via Po, so not only is it a lovely crossing to be photographed and...More