Roman Bridge

The Pont de Pierre, meaning "Stone Bridge", is a Roman segmental arch bridge in the city of in the . The bridge crossed the Buthier about 600 m from the eastern exit of the Roman colony Augusta Praetoria; in later times the torrente changed its course, leaving the ancient bridge today without water.The single-arch bridge has a span of 17.1 m and a width of 5.9 m.

Landmarks in the Area

The Arch of Augustus is a monument in the city of , northern Italy.

Sant'Orso, or Saint-Ours, is a collegiate church in , northern , dedicated to Saint Ursus of Aosta.

The Roman Theatre is an ancient building in , north-western .

Piazza Émile Chanoux is a city square in , Italy.

Aosta railway station is the main station serving the city and comune of , in the autonomous region of , .

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Pila is an Alpine ski-resort in the region of northern .

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