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Rialto Bridge (Italian: Ponte di Rialto) is one of the oldest bridges that spans the Grand Canal of the Italian city of Venice at its shortest part and connecting city districts of San Marco and San Polo. Praised for its ageless looks and incredible tourist appeal, this bridge represents the best of what medieval renaissance Italy has managed to achieve.
Charles Bridge is one of the most famous Gothic bridges in the entire world. Constructed in the early 17th century, this bridge survived numerous dangerous floods, managing to become one of the proudest structures of the city Prague and the entire Czech Republic history.
During the history, islands were, more often than not, connected to the mainland by the way of boats. As the technology improved it was possible to build bridges to the islands, some over 20 kilometers long. Read more about sea bridges.
Ponte Vecchio is the most famous historic bridge in the city of Florence. Originally erected over Arno River by Romans, it became a symbol of Renaissance Italy when it was rebuilt in the 14th century. Filled with goldsmith and jewelry shops and adorned with the elevated passageway above the main level, this bridge is like no other in the entire world.