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Several times in history, starting from 1488, there have been those who had thought of the opportunity to build a new pedestrian crossing on the Grand Canal, in addition to the Rialto bridge, but the idea has always been rejected until the 19th century. where the bridges of the Accademia and the Scalzi were built.

We began to think again seriously about the need to build a new bridge only in 1838 on the repeated proposal of the architect Giuseppe Salvadori, strengthened by the need to revive the Dorsoduro district abandoned to itself.

The dialogue on where to build the b

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