Tuesday, December 26, 2017


1930/48 designed by Romolo Raffaelli
It was swept away by a flood of the Tiber in 1937 when it still had not been completed
Bombed and damaged in 1943 by the Germans during the Battle of Magliana
Bombed and destroyed by the Americans in 1944
Rebuilt in 1948 200 m away by Ignazio Guidi (1904/78), Cesare Valle (1902/2000) and Carlo Cestelli Guidi for the Allegri firm without the previous fascist decorations
It is 224 m long (735 feet) and is made up of seven arches in reinforced concrete and travertine. The central bay can be opened and it is made of steel

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