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Ponte Giacomo Matteotti

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Crosses  River Tiber
Designer  Augusto Antonelli
Opened  21 April 1929
Width  20 m
Construction end  1929
Material  Brickwall
Construction begin  1924
Total length  139 m
Body of water  Tiber
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Locale  Metropolitan City of Rome Capital, Prati, Italy
Similar  Tiber, Ponte del Risorgimento, Ponte Regina Margherita, Ponte Pietro Nenni, Ponte Cavour

Ponte Giacomo Matteotti (or briefly Ponte Matteotti), formerly Ponte del Littorio, is a bridge that links Lungotevere Arnaldo da Brescia to Piazza delle Cinque Giornate in Rome (Italy), in the Rione Prati and in the Flaminio and Della Vittoria quarters.

Description

The bridge, designed by Augusto Antonelli with the name Ponte delle Milizie, was begun in 1924 and completed five years after; it was inaugurated on April 21, 1929 as Ponte del Littorio.

After World War II it was dedicated to the socialist politician Giacomo Matteotti, who was kidnapped nearby.

The bridge has three brickwork arches and is 138.6 m (454.7 ft) long.

References

Ponte Giacomo Matteotti Wikipedia


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