Pons Fabricius - Rome


The Ponte Fabricio links the left bank of the city to the Tiber Island. It was built in 62 BC by L.Fabricius. It is the oldest surviving bridge of the city and is still used a lot by pedestrians. It is 57 metres long and 5 metres wide. During the Middle Ages, it was known as the Bridge of the Jews as the Jewish quarter was located nearby. It was also known as the Bridge of the Four Heads referring to the double sided sculptures of Janus added to the parapet by Sixtus V in the 16th century.


Address : Via di Ponte dei Quattro Capi, 16 186 Rome Italy

Subway : Station: Colosseo: Ligne B

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