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Imposing construction of the Roman period, the bridge was erected over the river Marecchia by decree of the Emperor August; his successor Tiberius (14 - 21 A.D.) brought its set-up to an end.
This five-arch Doric bridge made of Istria stone is one of the most remarkable existing Roman bridges as well as an important example of the Romans' technical skill.
The bridge is at the beginning of via Emilia and at the end of Corso d'Augusto.
Source: local Staff of Rimini