Ponte di Ceserana
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The Ceserana Bridge

A footbridge consisting of a single a round arch

Fosciandora

The original bridge was built in sandstone by local masons in the 14th century. The bridge is not in use any more since the construction of a road bridge, which stands above it.
Source: Lucca and its lands / www.luccapro.sns.it

Fosciandora
Dominated by the Apennine range and the Apuan Alps
Fosciandora, by nature a border land between Garfagnana and Lucchesia, Tuscany and Emilia, but through the ages especially between Massa, Lucca, Pisa, Florence, Ferrara and Modena, has always been under the authority of the various lords, with its own territory divided into different ownerships up to the 19th century. ...
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