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Ponte Pietra is a Roman arch bridge across the Adige. The bridge is 120 meters long.
The bridge was erected in 89 BC. and was originally named Marmoreus, and later, after the restructuring, received its current name. A watchtower was built on one side of the bridge.
In 1945 the bridge was completely destroyed by the German army while retreating from the city. In 1957, the Ponte Pietra bridge was completely restored. During the restoration work, elements of the old bridge were used, raised from the day of the river.
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