The Pons Aemilius (Italian: Ponte Emilio), today called Ponte Rotto, is the oldest Roman stone bridge in Rome, Italy. Preceded by a wooden version, it was rebuilt in stone in the 2nd century BC. It once spanned the Tiber, connecting the Forum Boarium with Trastevere; a single arch in mid-river is all that remains today, lending the bridge its name Ponte Rotto ("Broken bridge").
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Rasp Berry | Mar 26, 2018
On the painting in museum (pallazo Barberini) it was still connected to right bank..but it seems lik the river had left only this one arch in the middle, inaccesable...like a monument.
Dave T | Jan 16, 2018
Oldest stone Bridge in Rome with just the 1 arch still standing acroos the river
Tom Malling | Oct 4, 2017
Old piece of ancient bridge. Build before 100 BC. Only one small piece is left in the middle of the river. Do not in use anymore. A kind of sculpture with regards to us from ancient times.
Guy Lauryssen | Feb 26, 2017
As in whole Rome, you smell history on this place. But this is a quit place close to the water. I really liked it!
David Klair | Jun 28, 2017
Fantastic to view a really ancient bridge with a lot of history.
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