Bridges in Sicily

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Bridges in Sicily

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  • Jazzumbo
    Romania1,470 contributions
    One of the most impressive examples of Norman Arab architecture, this bridge is low rated only because it's far from city center.
    For those fascinated by the Norman Arab architecture, the bridge really worth a visit.
    The original course of the river has been modified, so the old bridge is currently resting in a little park. It has been built about 900 years ago, following the instruction of George of Antioch, the Admiral of the Norman Kingdom of Sicily.
    If you want to have an idea about how this bridge was looking like with the river flowing underneath, search for Guttuso's painting "The Battle of Ponte dell'Ammiraglio".
    Written 28 October 2020
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  • robinn669
    Farnham, UK400 contributions
    Didn't spend too much time at the agro-tourism place though it looked very inviting and a few basic play things for kids but you have to see this amazing Arabic/Norman bridge, Ponte Calatresi, nearby from the 11th Century though beautifully maintained- and guess what? no orange tape saying: "lavoro in progresso" (and there never is work going on!) which is the bane of Italian historical monuments
    Written 29 December 2017
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  • Verena S
    Hilpoltstein, Germany938 contributions
    The church is lovely and has a very special Calm Atmosphere. Not touristy or crowded and the Design is just beautiful
    Written 14 July 2018
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  • VCB_10
    Noto, Italy243 contributions
    No denying, it's an experience whether you going over it on the SS115, or under it, say en route via SP54 to Scicli. There's a limit to what you can see when in an average sized car, but even so you sense 'the experience' on this, Sicily's highest bridge. Another approach is to view from a distance, say from near Modica's market along the via Fiumara. There again, you could get an aerial view by watching the opening credits of Montalbano!
    Written 15 January 2019
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  • jaimeelsabio
    Maryland4,017 contributions
    Located in Termini Imerese less than 2 miles off the main road. It is off the beaten track, but fairly easy to find if one looks it up ahead of time. It is worth a short stop for a few photos. We went there after visiting the castle at Caccamo.
    Written 13 October 2018
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  • phat_dawg_21
    Alpharetta, GA12,262 contributions
    This is the site of one of the bridges that gives you access to Ortigia Island. It is where you will find the statue of Archimedes and have views of the harbor.
    Written 5 August 2021
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