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Historical Bridges

Historical bridges surrounded by greenery, which were used in ancient times to connect towns divided by rivers and streams. Some of which are still the shortest way to go between the mountains from one village to another.

Of Roman, Byzantine and Romanesque origin, with splendid arches in a breathtaking panorama, surrounded by chestnut groves and terraced vineyards and olive trees.

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Historical Bridges

Groppodalosio Bridge

Romanesque bridge from 1594 The Groppodalosio bridge is found just outside the locality of Groppodalosio in the Pontremoli township. Along the ancient Via Francigena halway

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Historical Bridges

Codiponte Bridge

Romanesque bridge on the Via del Volto Santo This particular bridge at Codiponte Village was reconstructed in 2020, thanks to an initiative by the Casola

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Historical Bridges

Santa Lucia Bridge

Bridge from the 1700’s and site of reprisals against the partisans during World War II An historical bridge in the shape of a donkey’s back.

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Historical Bridges

Bocciari Bridge

18th century bridge, site of many discoveries of Statue Stele The Bocciari Bridge is found in the Bocciari Wood in the locality of Bardine (Fivizzano

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