Ponte Regina Margherita (Italian for Queen Margherita Bridge), also known as Ponte Margherita, is a bridge linking Piazza della Libertà to Lungotevere Arnaldo da Brescia, in the rioni Campo Marzio and Prati in Rome, Italy.
Ponte Regina Margherita
|Locale||Rome, Campo Marzio and Prati Quarters, Italy|
|Material||Masonry and travertine|
|Total length||110 m (360.9 ft)|
The bridge was designed by architect Angelo Vescovali and built between 1886 and 1891; it was dedicated to Margherita of Savoy, first Queen of Italy (1861–1946). The bridge serves as a direct connection between rione Prati and Piazza del Popolo; it was the first masonry bridge built over the Tiber in many centuries.
It shows three masonry arches tiled with travertine and is about 110 meters long.
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