Ponte Duca d'Aosta, Rome
Ponte Duca d'Aosta is a bridge across the Tiber River, which connects the embankment of Lungotevere Flaminio and the area of Lauro de Bosis. If you translate from Italian, you get the bridge of the Duke of Aosta. The construction was dedicated to him and nowadays it is already famous sight of Rome. The building of the bridge of Duca d'Aosta began in 1939 and was finished in 1942. The author of the project was the architect Vincenzo Fasolo.
The reinforced concrete bridge spanned 220 m in length and 30 m in width. The facades of the bridge are decorated with reliefs of the sculptor from Tuscany Vico Consorti. You can see military scenes on the rivers Tagliamento, Socha and Adige depicted on the reliefs .
How to get there
To the bridge of Duca d'Aosta, you can get by buses № 38, 69, 168, 200, 226 and others. On both sides of the Tiber River there are bus stops.