Hannibal's Bridge

Carasco, Italy

Hannibal's Bridge

Hannibal's Bridge (Italian: Ponte Annibale) is apparently one of the oldest structures, dating back to Roman imperial times, in the city of Rapallo, Italy, which sits on the Ligurian Coast. This bridge was possibly used by Carthaginian commander Hannibal during his campaign against Rome in the second Punic War, where he possibly unloaded supplies on the Tigullia coast (region from Portofino to Anzo di Framura). The bridge could also be connected to the Battle of Trebbia (218 BC).

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