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It is one of the oldest bridges in Rome, built in 109 BC by the Censor Marcus Aemilius Scaurus. It was named after the magistrate who authorized its construction, Molvius, but the Romans call it “Ponte Mollo”, because of a rickety wooden walkway here positioned following the collapse of a central arch. In 312 AD was here consumed the famous battle between the emperor Constantine and Maxentius.

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Rome Tribunal Registration no. 56 del 23.03.17

Director Stefano Zerbi - Editing: Valeria De Mitri Pugno