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Castelvecchio Bridge, Verona - Stock Image

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Verona, Italy - October 22, 2012: Three young people playing guitar and singing on the banks of Adige river in a beautiful autumn afternoon. The brick bridge crossing the river is the Ponte Scaligero, a military work of the fourteenth century and one of the landmarks of the city.


The bridge is part of Castelvecchio (english: "Old Castle") complex that includes also a military fort and the residence of Cangrande II Della Scala, member of the family that ruled Verona in the Middle Ages. It was built in the XIV century over the Adige River with red bricks in the upper side and white marble in the lower. Its construction was ordered to allow the Cangrande family to flee the city in case of aggression.

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