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Ponte Alle Grazie

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On the Arno, each bridge has its story and its specialty. The Bondon Bridge is also old, originally built in 1227. It was later destroyed by the retreating Germans during World War II and later rebuilt. It is now a beautiful view of the Arno River, much more peaceful and unsophisticated than the bustling old bridge.

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The Bridge of Grace is a bridge in Florence, Italy, that spans the Arno River. The original Grace Bridge was built in 1227 and rebuilt as a nine-arch bridge in 1345, which is the oldest and longest bridge in Florence. Two of the arches were blocked in 1347 to widen the Mozzi square. There used to be buildings on the bridge, like the old bridge today, but it was demolished in 1876 to make way for the railway.
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