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The Ponte Rosso (Red Bridge) was, originally, a red-painted wooden bridge on Trieste’s Canal Grande (Main Canal).
Built with wood in 1756, the Ponte Rosso was the first one built on the Canale; it was followed by the Ponte Verde (Green Bridge), built with green-painted iron. These two bridges where initially swinging bridges, to facilitate the access to the canal and cargo unloading. Both swinging bridges where subsequently substituted by fixed brick bridges that limited the access, allowing only small vessels to pass. The bridge is located mid-canal, next to the homonymous piazza Ponterosso, with its small outdoor fruit, vegetables, and flower market. On a side of the square there�s a fountain built in 1753 with a statue of a cupid in its middle, called Giovannin de Ponterosso, due to the water that supplied it coming from the nearby San Giovanni quarter. Unfortunately, with time the once-lively market got smaller, losing some of its most picturesque features. Remembering James Joyce�s stay in the city, on the Ponte Rosso it is possible to admire the statue to him dedicated. The bridge and the Canal Grande are easily reachable, since they�re just in the city center, halfway between the train station and Piazza Unit� d�Italia. You just need to park your car and take a walk in this area. You�ll find the perfect parking spot in Piazza della Libert�, next to the station. Starting your visit from here will allow you to see all the most beautiful details of Trieste and to reach in the Canal Grande in no time, as it is located near this parking lot.

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The city of Trieste has a wide array of cultural attractions. The centre of town is where most of the monuments are, such as the Di Santa Maria Maggiore parish, the Castello di Sant Giusto Museum and the Ponte Rosso bridge, among others. To visit these points of interest and others in the area, we recommend using one of our Saba car parks, which are always located close to the most important monuments in the city and are open 24 hours a day to make your trip to Trieste as carefree as possible.