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Ponte Giuseppe Mazzini

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Crosses  Tiber
Construction begin  1904
Width  17 m
Body of water  Tiber
Locale  Rome
Engineering design by  Viani, Moretti
Total length  106 m
Material  Masonry
Inaugurated  1908
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Similar  Tiber, Ponte Sisto, Triumphs And Laments, Ponte Principe Amedeo, Ponte Garibaldi

Ponte Giuseppe Mazzini, also known as Ponte Mazzini, is a bridge that links Lungotevere dei Sangallo to Lungotevere della Farnesina in Rome (Italy), in the Rioni Regola and Trastevere.


The bridge was designed by engineers Viani and Moretti and built between 1904 and 1908; it was dedicated to Giuseppe Mazzini, one of the makers of Italian unification. The bridge links Via della Lungara to via Giulia; it was formerly called Ponte Gianicolense, in remembrance of the ancient bridge with the same name.

It shows three masonry arches and is 106 metres (348 ft) long.


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