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We crossed this bridge over the Adige River to start our walking tour. Frankly, if it were not for the four sculptures at the extremes it would be like any other ordinary bridge. It was initially built in 1931 to celebrate the victory of Vittorio...More
I don't consider this bridge -- one of many that span the Adige River -- to be a Verona standout. In fact, it pales in comparison with its neighbor Ponte Scaligero. And it offers little historical significance, initially going up in 1931 and then being...More
Bridge of low artistic importance and little cultural content, obviously if your city tour starts here you will be immediately amazed by the spectacular panoramic view that this city offers at every corner, but in Verona there is much more of a normal bridge. Perhaps...More
This bridge stopped me in my tracks! While they may not be ancient sculptures, the shear energy captured in each of these different sculptures is fascinating. Three characters - the horse, the man and the woman in different poses in the four sculptures. Tricky to...More