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The bridge is a historical monument near the San Gregorio gate in Spoleto. It was probably ordered by Augustus during the reconstruction of Via Flaminia or even earlier during its construction around 500 B.C. The imposing bridge was built with large square blocks of travertine...More
The pictures actually depict the Ponte Sanquineto which is on the Giro Condotti and is a beautiful 100 foot high stone bridge over a ravine. A real engineering marvel on a smaller scale of the aquaduct. The real Ponte Sanguinario is an inaccessible structure below...More