The Ponte Tor di Quinto forms a part of the Via del Foro Italico in Rome, and connects the Parioli and Tor di Quinto districts of Rome.
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The Ponte della Musica (“Bridge of Music”) connects the Lungotevere Cadorno and the Foro Italico to the Piazza Gentile Da Fabriano and the Via Guido Reni (where the MAXXI 21st century art museum is located) in the Flaminio district of Rome.
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The Ponte Milvio is a bridge in the north of Rome, in the Della Vittoria district, connecting the Piazzale Cardinal Consalvi to the Piazzale di Ponte Milvio. It became famous when young Italian couples started attaching padlocks around its lampposts as a symbol of their love. What is not generally known is that without the Ponte Milvio the history of the world might have looked completely different.
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The Ponte Duca D’Aosta in Rome is named after Emanuele Filiberto, Duke of Aosta, a commander of the Italian troops during World War I, and connects the quartiere Flaminio to the Foro Italico. It was designed by the architect Vincenzo Fasolo.
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The Ponte (Giacomo) Matteotti was constructed with the purpose of connecting two of Rome‘s most important and prestigious neighborhoods, the rione Prati and the quartiere Flaminio.
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The Ponte Flaminio in Rome is a relatively new bridge and connects the Roman districts of Parioli and Tor Di Quinto. The Corso di Francia runs over the Ponte Flaminio, which has a length of more than 250m and a width of 27m.
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The Ponte Cestio is one of Rome‘s oldest bridges and was built contemporaneously with the Ponte Fabricio. It connects the Lungotevere degli Anguillara (Trastevere) to the Piazza di San Bartolomeo all’Isola on the Isola Tiberina in the rione Ripa.
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The Ponte Sisto in Rome connects the Via Pettinari in the rione Regola with the Piazza Trilussa across the river in the Trastevere district. Particularly at night the Ponte Sisto is often extremely crowded, since it also connects the Campo de’ Fiori (one of the busiest squares at night, with many pubs and pizzerias) with Trastevere, which is Rome’s number one nightlife quarter.
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The Ponte Garibaldi is the bridge most visitors to Rome will cross at some point during their stay in the Eternal City, since it connects the Lungotevere De ‘Cenci in the rione Regola to the Piazza Giuseppe Gioachino Belli in the Trastevere district, which is where the city’s night life is.
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The Ponte Ostiense is located next to the underground station of Garbatella in Rome. In June 2012 it replaced the Ponte della Musica as Rome’s newest bridge.
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