Castel Sant'Angelo


Castel S. Angelo, whose imposing mass still dominates the panorama of Rome, and which is known as the Mole Adriana, was not originally built for defensive purposes but as the funeral monument of the emperors. A new bridge (called Pons Aelius from the nomen of the emperor) which still exists as Ponte S. Angelo was built to put the monument in communication with the Campus Martius.
excerpt from
The Golden Book of Rome and the Vatican

24 - 25 March 2001
Ponte Sant'Angelo crossing
over the Tiber

Castle Front Distance




Castle Left Bridge Approaching

Shelly, Beth & Alan

Castle Front Shelly, Beth, Alan



Castle Left Statue



Castle Right Bridge Approaching



Castle Right Statue



Castle Left Bridge Distant



Castle Left River View


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