This bridge in Rome has also always been known for romance. It was “famous for its nocturnal attractions” according to Tacitus.
The first is Ponte Dei Quattro Capi, or the Bridge of Four Heads. This is a reference to the two marble pillars of the two-faced Janus helms on the parapet.
Ponte Sisto connects the Campo de Fiori area in Rome and Via Giulia with Piazza Trilussa in Trastevere.
Ponte Cestio or Pons Cestio is a stone bridge that crosses from Tiber Island to Trastavere in Rome.
Ponte Sant’Angelo was originally built in 134 AD by Emperor Hadrian to connect the center of Rome with his newly built mausoleum (Castel Sant’Angelo).