The Tiber river winds its way through Northern Italy, eventually through Rome, and out into the Tyrrhenian Sea. If you look at a map of Rome from the top you will see the Tiber snakes through the busy city. The huge quantity of bridges seem to be holding Rome together around the river like staples fixing a torn piece of cardboard. Actually, I am shocked at how many bridges there are. I guess back in the days before cars it was more necessary to have many ways to cross the river.
This picture was taken from Ponte Regina Marghertia on our way to dinner. The bridge that you see is Ponte Pietro Nenni. The sun was just starting to set giving off that beautiful glow of a day well spent.
Until next time,
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