Lungotevere Gianicolense is the stretch of Lungotevere that links Piazza della Rovere to Ponte Mazzini in Rome, in the Rione Trastevere. The Lungotevere takes its name from the Janiculum hill, rising within the Rione; it has been established on July 20, 1887. In the area of the present Lungotevere, not far from Palazzo Salviati, formerly rose the Leonine Harbour, erected by Pope Leo XII in 1827 and used for ships docking and goods unloading; it was destroyed in 1863. Together with the Harbour, a fountain was erected: it was transferred to Piazza Pietro dIlliria during the building of the m ...
Lungotevere Ripa is the stretch of Lungotevere that links Ponte Palatino to the Port of Ripa Grande in Rome, in the Rione Trastevere. The Lungotevere takes its name from the Latin word ripa, meaning "bank" the toponym also applies to the neighboring Rione, that nevertheless lies on the other side of the Tiber and whose Lungotevere is called Lungotevere Aventino; it has been established as per deliberation dated July 20, 1887. The stretch of Lungotevere between Via del Porto and Piazza di Porta Portese corresponds to the Port of Ripa Grande, formerly the greatest river port of Rome, that wa ...
Lungotevere degli Alberteschi
Lungotevere degli Alberteschi is the stretch of Lungotevere that links Piazza Castellani to Lungotevere degli Anguillara in Rome (Italy, in the Rione Trastevere. The Lungotevere takes its name from the powerful House of Alberteschi, that had erected its towers in the area, between Ponte Santa Maria and Ponte Quattro Capi. The Alberteschi Tower, the last one of the noble house, rose nearly in front of Ponte Rotto, close to the former family residence: it was demolished at the end of the 19th century, during the construction of the Lungotevere.
Lungotevere degli Anguillara
Lungotevere degli Anguillara is the stretch of Lungotevere that links Piazza Giuseppe Gioachino Belli to Lungotevere degli Alberteschi in Rome, in the Rione Trastevere. The Lungotevere takes its name from the powerful House of Anguillara lords in Rome until the end of 15th century, that owned a palace and a tower in the area. Until 1886 the name of the Lungotevere was Cestio, due to its vicinity to Ponte Cestio, that links the Lungotevere to Tiber Island.
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