The Sant'Angelo Bridge

Fiume Tevere The three central arches are the rests of the Elio bridge (Ponte Elio) that led to the great family tomb of the emperor Publio Elio Adriano, from which the bridge took its name. Passing through the bridge, you can be enraptured from the magic scenary of the river, the castle and the near Saint Peter's dome. The ten angels with the passion symbols are a splendid example of baroque sculpture. They were all designed by Bernini and realizad by his pupils, except for the Angel with the cartouche and the Angel with the crown of thorns that were realized directly by the great artist.

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