Via San Pietro 285 - 30023 Concordia Sagittaria (VE)
Web site
The archaeological area displays the remains of a Roman bridge that was built at the time of Augustus in order to cross the ancient bed of the river Reghena. The bridge allowed the entrance of the consular road “Via Annia” in the town of Concordia Sagittaria.
History of research
The bridge was found in 1877 during agricultural works and was first excavated in 1878. New researches were carried out between 1976 and 1977 by the General Direction for Archaeological Heritage in the Veneto region. After this, the bridge was restored and opened to the public.
I B.C. (end) - I A.D. (beginning)
Visitability: Esterno; Ticket: No;
School access
Opening Times

Recommended tour time (minutes): 20
Services for visitors
“Northern Parking” of the Concordia archaeological itinerary
Educational Services
Guide a stampa
Information boards
Guided Tours
For any information about guided tours please call tel. 0421 275677.
Educational activities
Teaching activities by the association "Studio D Friuli" (Francesca Benvegnù, tel. 3463257139; e-mail:
Library and documentation centre