Arno River

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a river in central Italy rising in the Apennines and flowing through Florence and Pisa to the Ligurian Sea

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Although the Nazis blew up all bridges across the Arno River as they retreated, they let stand the Ponte Vecchio--apparently because of Hitler's personal orders.
PONTE VECCHIO: Check out the "old bridge", which was Florence's first across the Arno River, built in 1345.
3 million euro restoration, SE[yen]STO on Arno overlooks the Arno River and offers views of the city, rooftops, churches and bell towers of Florence, Ponte Vecchio and the picturesque hills of Tuscany.
For many of his engineering projects, the study of motion and movement were integral to his understanding of his final designs, such as the excavation project to divert the course of the Arno River in Florence.
In 1294 construction was begun on the Franciscan Monastery of Santa Croce on the banks of the Arno River only 800 yards from the famous Duomo cathedral.
Italy's Arno River submerges the city of Florence .
The first was that of the Roman foundation, which established the city's site, north of the Arno river.
He was eager to share his scholarship and experience with visitors among the books of his formidable library overlooking the Arno River and the Ponte della Santa Trinita.
Army and was sent to Europe and Africa, where he participated in battles at Algeria, French Morocco, Sicily, Naples, Foggia, Rome, Arno River, Southern France and Rhineland.
But not too many Evertonians will be hurrying back to Tuscany in the near future after a depressing, dispiriting night on the banks of the Arno River.
We opted for a mobile home, one of Vacansoleil's largest, found nestling unobtrusively in the Tuscan hillsides near the Arno river that runs through Florence and then on to Pisa.
The fair took place on the street in front of the consulate, facing the Arno River.
The Pitti Palace is located in the ancient Italian city of Florence on a piazza amid a warren of small buildings, boutiques, cafes, and repair shops divided by the Arno River.
When a bridge over the Arno River designed by Michelangelo was destroyed by bombing in World War II, the Italians rebuilt it.
Florence, on the Arno River, issued restrictions on travelers and goods as early as 1348.