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Ponte delle Guglje is one of the bridges over the Canaregio Canal. This is the only stone bridge in the city, decorated in the corners with obelisks (ghouls).
In 1285, a wooden bridge was located on the site of the present mot, which in 1580 was replaced by a stone one. In 1777, a new bridge was built, which has survived to this day.
The bridge is located at the corner of Campo St. Jeremiah, near the confluence of the Grand Canal with the Cannaregio Canal.
The bridge del Guglier, along with other sights of Venice, was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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Topic: Bridge delle Guglie in Italy, Venice resort.