The ancient bridge next to the modern one
The story goes that the bridge, part of the network of mule tracks and paths already in use in the Middle Ages, collapsed in 1641 and that it took 9 years to rebuild it.
Later, the votive shrine with the inscription “Mater Misericordiae”, dated 1807, was added. The Madonnetta Bridge stands today immediately next to the much more recent concrete bridge.
Testo a cura di Nicola Ferrarese, immagini di Corrado Agnese