POGI Roman Bridge

Pogi is an attractive village with a long history behind it, of which the Roman bridge is the largest and most impressive witness. Borgo already mentioned in the twelfth century, in 1138 attest to the presence of a mill owned by the abbey of Agnano. Of some importance, in the parish church, a sixteenth-century painting of the Virgin and Child, San Donato and Saint Lucia.

 

The bridge is closed to traffic, it is accessible only on foot and cross the stream Ambra connecting the part of Pogi new with the older topmost; If you are strolling the road Valdambra State between the Valdarno and the freeway to Siena you can see it by doing just a little detour

 

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