The Aurelian Way named for Marcus Aurelius the philosopher emperor, this stone bridge is en route from Rome to Pisa. Of course it has been been rebuilt circa late C11th and again C14th so it's not that old...
At nearly 40 meters wide its most striking feature from the distance are the impossibly elegant arches. Walking across what strikes you is how very narrow it is.
If you like the look of bridges this is a must see.
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