Ponte degli Scalzi (Bridge of the Barefoot)

Ponte degli Scalzi

Ponte degli Scalzi, Venice

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The Ponte degli Scalzi (Bridge of the Barefoot) is one of the three bridges which cross the Grand Canal. It was designed by Eugenio Miozzi and was finished in 1934, as a replacement for an Austrian iron bridge.
It connects the "Sestieri" of Santa Croce with Cannaregio. North of Cannaregio, there are the Chiesa degli Scalzi and the railway station. In the South, in Santa Croce, there is the Piazzale Roma bus station .

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