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Ponte Alidosi (ponte rinascimentale a Schiena d'Asino)

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Ann wrote a review Aug 2019
Aruba185 contributions31 helpful votes
Marvel at this masterpiece. It was built in 1499 to facilitate transportation. The bridge is steep!! parking is free.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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FLexplorer wrote a review Dec 2016
Florida22 contributions28 helpful votes
This is a stunning structure that arcs high above the stream below, standing below the builder's castle. It is known in Italy as a "donkey's back" because of its shape.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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Bev w wrote a review Dec 2016
Wiltshire41 contributions27 helpful votes
This is an incredible bridge. Traffic now restricted, but it is well worth visiting just to see the incredible architecture. It was commissioned in 1499, and crosses 42 metres over the river, and is 19 metres above it. Local town has cafes and shops, and if you visit at the end of October, there is a chestnut festival.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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RJConnors wrote a review Apr 2015
Lake Wales, Florida23 contributions6 helpful votes
This beautiful arch bridge was commissioned in 1499, and passes 42 meters over the Santerno river. Signs tell the entire history. You can walk across it and take marvelous photos, too. It stands just below the Castel del Rio, a Medieval fortress built simultaneously. It contains an amazing museum full of equipment from the World Wars, mostly WWII, and also has great relief war maps of the battle sites. There is a British Empire cemetery not far away.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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MirzaMM wrote a review May 2014
Sarajevo105 contributions281 helpful votes
During our road trip in Italy, we visited this very old (15th century), beautiful and elegant bridge. Surprisingly and sadly, cars are allowed to cross it! It was great to see it in real life after I saw it in some Italian comics by famous Magnus (there is a Sala Magnus devoted to him in a castle nearby).
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Date of experience: May 2014
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