"Tiberio's bridge" Tiberio's Bridge Tip by AlexDJ

Tiberio's Bridge, Rimini: 12 reviews and 29 photos


The bridge links the end of Corso d'Augusto (Old Rimini's main road) with the old village of San Giuliano. The bridge is a national monument and it is located over the River Marecchia, built by the romans on order by Emperor Augustus.
It is a fine example of the Romans? ability to combine functionality and beauty, if you think for example, that other newer bridges over the river (Ponte dei Mille and Ponte della Resistenza) have had to be strengthened during their life despite being more recent!

Directions: Cross back over Piazza Cavour and head down the other half of the Corso d'Augusto

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  • Written Feb 11, 2006
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