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Tiber and its Bridges

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Tiber Island and its bridges. Aerial view. Model at E.U.R.
Pons Fabricius (62 BC) from downstream; Tiber Island is at left 1
Pons Fabricius (62 BC) from downstream; Tiber Island is at left 2
Pons Fabricius (62 BC) from downstream; Tiber Island is at left 3
Pons Fabricius (62 BC) from downstream; Tiber Island is at left 4
Pons Fabricius (62 BC) from upstream; Tiber Island is at right
Pons Cestius (ca. 60 BC) from downstream. Central arch (arch on right in this photo) is the only ancient part.
Pons Cestius (ca. 60 BC) from upstream. Central arch is the only ancient part.
Downstream end of Tiber Island and Ponte Rotto (Pons Aemilius, rebuilt late 1st century BC)
Ponte Rotto (Pons Aemilius, rebuilt late 1st century BC) from downstream
Ponte Rotto (Pons Aemilius, rebuilt late 1st century BC) from upstream
Ponte Rotto (Pons Aemilius, rebuilt late 1st century BC) from Tiber Island
Plaques show levels to which the Tiber inundated this area of Rome in various years. Wall is that of S.M. sopra Minerva
Plaques show levels to which the Tiber inundated this area of Rome in various years. Wall is that of S.M. sopra Minerva
St. Peter's and Ponte Sisto from Ponte Garibaldi


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