A Tourist in Rome - Ponte Umberto I

Location:41.90266, 12.47134 The first bridge upstream from Ponte Sant'Angelo
Metro:Spagna or Lepanto, but is also just 4 blocks north from PiazzaNavona
Time:about 10 minutes
Cost:Free
Hours:Viewable at any time

Built between 1885 and 1895, the 344-foot-long Ponte Umberto I is dedicated to King Umberto I. It's 3 stone arches are covered with travertine. On the Vatican side of the bridge is the Roman Hall of Justice.

    
Ponte Umberto I, from Ponte Sant'Angelo
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Ponte Umberto I from the west, on my Tiber River cruise
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Houseboats? Restaurants? near Ponte Umberto I on my Tiber River cruise
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Ponte Umberto I from the east on my Tiber River cruise
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A sunken ship near Ponte Umberto I on my Tiber River cruise
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Ponte Umberto I over the Tiber River, from the east, near Piazza Nicosia
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Ponte Cavour over the Tiber River, from the south, near Piazza Nicosia
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