Eternal Rome, Italy's capital

Ponte Mazzini

Ponte Mazzini, originally called Gianicolense, connects the Tiber embankment opposite Via Giulia with Via della Lungara. This bridge was built in 1904-1908 and is 106 metres long, one of the shortest bridges over the Tevere (Tiber). It was named after Giuseppe Mazzini, an activist for the unification of Italy in the 19th century.

Photo by Ludo Kuipers, Sun Oct 30, 1994
Back
To send this Photo as a Postcard:
Click or tap here:
Postcard
Postcard
 
To send this photo as a Postcard, fill in the boxes:
Ponte Mazzini Your name:
Your e-mail address:
Who to send it to?
Their e-mail address:
Type a Heading;
their name appears here:

(you may type over this)
Type your Message here:
Sign your card;
your name appears here:

(you may type over this)
Preview your Postcard, Start again or Cancel:
CANCEL

To send this photo as a Postcard, fill in the boxes below:

Ponte Mazzini What is your name?
What is your e-mail address?
Who you want to send it to?
What is their e-mail address?
Type a Heading (Their name automatically appears here):
(you may type over this)
Type your Message here:
Sign your Postcard: (Your name automatically appears here)
(you may type over this)
Preview your Postcard, Start again or Cancel:
CANCEL