The Lucano bridge (in Italian: ponte Lucano) is a Roman stone bridge over the Aniene river in the Province of Rome, Italy, on the via Tiburtina. Coming from the direction of Rome, the bridge is found after Tivoli Terme and before Hadrian's Villa. This bridge was part of the project for the most endangered monuments of the World Monuments Fund for the year 2010.
The bridge which dates to the first century BCE crosses the Aniene in the vicinity of Tibur (Tivoli) and consists of seven stone arches which carried traffic on the via Tiburtina up to the 20th century. In modern times the road was rerouted a little further north over a new bridge.
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