Pont-Saint-Martin Roman Bridge

Pont-Saint-Martin, Italy

The Pont-Saint-Martin is a Roman segmental arch bridge in the Aosta Valley in Italy dating to the 1st century BC.



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Founded: c. 25 BC

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Cathy Melly (2 years ago)
Town with historical interest in Aosta Valley. Good base to explore valleys and Mont Rosa
Nirit GREEN (2 years ago)
Beautiful historic place (Roman bridge).
David Singleton (2 years ago)
Beautiful, amazing to stand on a bridge that was built in the first century.
Michael Asheroff (2 years ago)
An architectural masterpiece located in the little town of St. Martin in the Aosta Valley. The bring is still in use. Stand there in disbelief - it is fabulous. You can still walk across it 2000 years later. It is also a beautiful structure. Very unvisited. Go seecit.
Wilfred Ugiagbe (3 years ago)
Nice place, with a hotel pont Romano, and pont Romano.
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