Fabrician Bridge over the Tiber
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Fabrician Bridge over the Tiber River.
The first bridge across the Tiber at Rome, built of wood, was the one defended by Horatius. Many bridges were built later, but the Fabrician, which unites the city with an island in the Tiber, is the oldest stone bridge in the world still in use.
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