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Concordia Bridge

What to see in Fossombrone, Pesaro e Urbino, Marche


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The Concordia Bridge is originating in the second half of the XVIII century and present a single arch donkey-back on the model of 'devil's bridges' of medieval tradition, and connects the town with the district of Sant'Antonio. It was begun in 1776 on a project by the Roman architect Filippo Marchionni, after a hesitation of eleven years.

  • Via Fratelli Kennedy, 13, Fossombrone (Pesaro e Urbino)
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Via Ghetto, 6, 61012, Gradara (Pesaro e Urbino)
27.56 Kilometers from Concordia Bridge
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