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Stone Footbridge
Stone Footbridge


The bridge was built of stone in 1617 and for a long time was the only crossing over the Passer that could withstand flooding. While the flood water could flow under the high arches at the Stone Footbridge, the wooden bridges below were repeatedly destroyed and had to be rebuilt.

The fascists renamed the bridge "Ponte Romanum" at the beginning of the 20th century. The predominance of the Italian people should be made clear through the Italianization.
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