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Ponte Pietra, Verona

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Built by the Romans in the first century, Ponte Pietra is the historical legacy of Verona as well as a reminder of the city's resilience. The bridge's architecture features a mix of materials and building techniques spanning the two millennia of its existence. Although the retreating German army damaged the bridge in 1945, it was restoration with original stone. As you stroll across the Adige river, take in views of the old town center. Use Inspirock's suggestions to plan your Verona trip and find the best activities and attractions for your vacation.
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  • It is supposedly the oldest bridge in Verona and an ancient Roman bridge. From Wikipedia, I’m not sure if it’s really original and has partially been rebuilt. In either case, it’s a very good... 
    It is supposedly the oldest bridge in Verona and an ancient Roman bridge. From Wikipedia, I’m not sure if it’s really original and has partially been rebuilt. In either case, it’s a very good...  more »
  • Beautiful city, lots to see and do, fab bars, restaurants and shops to walk around, reasonably priced and delicious food, the river has bars alongside so is lovely to sit and relax with a drink, 
    Beautiful city, lots to see and do, fab bars, restaurants and shops to walk around, reasonably priced and delicious food, the river has bars alongside so is lovely to sit and relax with a drink,  more »
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  • Must visit place in Verona. Lovely old bridge with great views.
  • Despite being (partially) rebuilt after the WWII madness, if you have ever seen a Roman bridge, you’ll instantly recognize the type of stones, the shape and the angles of the arches. Indeed, the marble stones are the original ones from 180 BC, recovered from the underwater after being destroyed.

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