Cavour Bridge (Ponte Cavour)

Publish date: 29-12-2022
Cavour Bridge (Ponte Cavour)

Cavour Bridge (Ponte Cavour) is a bridge over the Tiber River in Rome.

The bridge was built between 1898 and 1901.

Architected by Angelo Vescovali.

This bridge has five round arches, which are made of stone covered with travertine.

Bridge is 112 meters long and 20 meters wide.

It was named after Count Camillo Benso conte di Cavour, the first prime minister of Italy.

How to get there

On the map:

Public transport

Stop "Vittoria Colonna":

  • Buses: 70, 81, 87, 100, 492, 990, n70, n913


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