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Antonio Victor Garcia-Serrano, PhD

Elche - Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Toni Garbasso

Il biondo Tevere

Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II, Rome, Italy


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© 2004 Toni Garbasso, All Rights Reserved.


The bridge of the panorama is called "Ponte Vittorio Emanuele" and connects the Vatican City to the historical center of Rome. These sites are included in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage.

The panorama, shot on June 20th, belongs to a collection of panoramas on the Tiber River, called ("il Biondo Tevere", "The Blond Tiber", and it's bridges.

It's a reading of an area (along river Tevere,the bridges areas as the banks on the river) that is peripheral to the monuments, not very considered by the people living in Rome, (no more now that the water is so polluted), but is a relevant part in the history of the city.


Europe / Italy

Lat: 41° 53' 34.4" N
Long: 12° 29' 1" E

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