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This bridge was build to connect town part together. The name of the river had the name Lambro. This was build in 1842 in the remains of the roman bridge of Arena for the opening of via ferdinandea. Not much water inside it when I...More
We visited Monza on our way back from Milan to Lecco. Our main purpose was to see racing circuit.
It seems that Monza should be on everybody's way. It's one of the beautiest towns we've ever been to.
On the bridge you can see leftovers...More
This is not one of the world's most talked about, beautiful or historic bridges. It lacks the appeal of the Ponte Vecchio, Ponte di Rialto, Tower Bridge, the Golden Gate Bridge and a host of others. It simply spans a minor river called the Lambro....More
The bridge has his importance being the bridge that connect Monza to parts that been divided by the the Lambro river, it has a great history back the roman empire at that time was called (d'Arena bridge) before it has been replaced on 1842 .....More