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Ponte Sant'Angelo

Ponte Sant'Angelo is the bridge across the Tiber River leading from the centre of Rome to the Castel Sant'Angelo, once Hadrian's tomb, then home to the popes, now a museum. The bridge dates from 134 AD when Hadrian built it to lead to his mausoleum, calling it Pons Aelius or Bridge of Hadrian. But when word got out that the Archangel Michael landed on top of the mausoleum to end the plague in Rome in 590, the bridge and castle both changed their name to Sant'Angelo.

The most striking feature of the now pedestrian-only bridge are the ten statues of angels which line it. These were commissioned by Pope Clement IX in 1669 from the famous artist Bernini. Unfortunately Bernini only finished two himself and these were taken into the pope's own collection. Those on the bridge were actually made by other sculptors to Bernini's scheme.

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Aftensejltur på Tiberen i Rom med middag

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Oplev aftenromantikken i Rom på denne sejltur med middag på to og en halv time på floden Tiberen. Oplev den enestående udsigt over nogle af ...  Mere info

  • Stedangivelse: Rom, Italien
  • Varighed: 2 timer 30 minutter
Fra USD 77,55