Ponte Pietra - 37100 Verona (VR)
The bridge "Pietra" used to link the Roman city centre to the theatre district. The bridge was made of five arches, two of which are visible today on the left side of the Adige river.
History of research
The bridge "Pietra" has always remained visible but its modern structure is the result of various interventions. The two arches on the left side of the Adige river are of Roman times, whereas the one arch on the right side of the river was built in 1298 by Alberto della Scala, the lord of Verona. The two central arches were constructed in 1520. The bridge was destroyed during the Second World War by the retreating German troops. It was reconstructed between 1957 and 1959.
Admission: Libero; Visitability: Esterno e Interno; Ticket: No;
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Recommended tour time (minutes): 20
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