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The Ponte Salario, also called Ponte Salaro during the Middle Ages, is a road bridge in Rome, Italy, whose origins date back to the Roman period. In antiquity, it lay outside the city limits, 3 km north of the Porta Collina, at the point where the Via Salaria (modern SS4) crossed the Aniene, a tributary of the Tiber. The visible side arches are assumed to originate from the first stone structure built during the 1st century BC.

This work and type of print is etching, it was created by Giovanni Battista Piranesi and is called Ponte Salario,

Piranesi - Vedute di Roma - 1760.

engraving by Giovanni Battista Piranesi - view of Portico Octavia - From Vedute di Roma (Views of Rome) ancient ruins -

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36 Giovanni Paolo Pannini, Ideal Landscape with the Titus Arch, first half of century, oil on canvas, private collection.

The Roman antiquities, t. 4, Plate XXXII. Following the above table. - Giovanni Battista Piranesi

etching by Piranesi, from his book entitled "The Roman Antiquities" (t.

Resultado de imagen para Piranesi

Resultado de imagen para Piranesi

Venice, Italy.  Kissed my Sweetie under the Rialto Bridge so we will be together forever! check.

Kissed my Sweetie under the Rialto Bridge so we will be together forever! On a gondola under the Bridge of Sighs means staying together in Eternity and we've done it Myreene & Chris

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