About Tiberius Bridge – Rimini
Tiberius Bridge (Ponte di Tiberio) in Rimini is an Ancient Roman arched bridge begun by the Emperor Augustus and completed by Emperor Tiberius in approximately 20 AD.
Crossing the Marecchia River, the extremely well-preserved Tiberius Bridge is still in use today.
The Arch of Augustus in Rimini was built to honour the first emperor of the Roman Empire.
The Surgeon’s House is an archaeological site which uncovers Rimini’s past from Ancient Roman times.
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