Pons Fabricius

The Pons Fabricius (Italian: Ponte Fabricio) is a bridge that connects the eastern part of the Centro District in Rome to Tiber Island.


This is the oldest Roman bridge standing in its original form within the city limits. Spanning the width of the Tiber river, it was built in 62 B.C.E. by Lucius Fabricius. Lucius later had his name engraved in four different places along the sixty-two meter bridge.


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