Monday, January 8, 2018


1937/48 designed and begun by Cesare Pascoletti (1898/1986), a student of Marcello Piacentini
It was completed by the engineer Bastianelli and the engineer and mathematician from Trieste Giulio Krall (1901/71)
It is 121.90 m (400 feet) long
It should have been called Bridge of Africa and it would have to connect the continuation of Viale Aventino with Trastevere Station, after the planned demolition of the Slaughterhouse
In 1949, the year after the inauguration, metal bars were added into the openings of the railings to prevent children from sneaking through and falling into the river

No comments:

Post a Comment