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The Scalzi Bridge is a bridge across the Grand Canal, connecting the Cannaregio and Santa Croce districts.
Translated from Italian, the name of the bridge sounds like “; Barefoot Bridge. According to one version, the bridge got its name because of the many beggars who lived in the area of the bridge. According to another version, the bridge got its name from the church of barefoot Carmelite monks located nearby. The bridge was built in 1934.
The Scalzi Bridge, along with other sights of Venice, was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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