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Ponte Vecchio

Local name: Ponte Vecchio

The oldest bridge in Florence was built in the first half The fourteenth century was originally a hotbed of fish stalls, then tanning workshops, and eventually occupied by goldsmiths and jewelers. Ponte Vecchio was the only one of the city bridges that survived intact World War II - it was mined, but the retreating Germans failed to fire their loads.

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Ponte Vecchio 50125 Florence, Italy