Ponte de le Pasiense
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Overview of Bridge
The Ponte de le Pasiense was built primarily using Mattoni e Pietra d'Istria. It crosses the Rio de l'Avogaria bridging a gap which is 7.58 meters. The bridge is not a crooked bridge. On the northern side of the bridge is the sestiere of Dorsoduro and on the southern side is also Dorsoduro .There are 2 ramps. On the north side there are 7 steps, on the south side there are 8 steps. This results in a total of 15 steps. The height of a typical step is 12 meters, the thickness of a step is about 40 centimeters, and the width of a step is about 3.27 meters.The steps are paved with Asfalto. The bridge is not handicapped accessible and it does not have an additional railing. The summit is 3.33 meters wide and 3 meters in length for a total area of about 9.99 meters. The summit is paved with Asfalto. Also, this bridge has 1 arch. The bridge's Piena railing is made of Mattoni e Pietra d'Istria and is about 32.00 meters wide is about 0.95 meters tall. Finally, the bridge protrudes 0 meters to the North and 0 meters to the South.
The following is any history we have regarding the bridge's origins:
�Carmini. Says the artwork in his \Topographical Description of Venice,\ that these roads are so appealed because they were close to the hospice of Pinzochere del Carmine, who worked the \patiences\, that is those small chlamydia, which some are wont to bring devotion under the robes. To us, however, seems more natural than the above mentioned roads would take its name from the sales that you did here at the 'patiences, \as they still practiced the feast of the Madonna del Carmine, especially since the hospice of Pinzochere really was located in\ Calle Lunga 'of S. Barnabas, not immediately next to the 'Calle' and the 'Bridge Pazienze \, but only in front of the\ Calle delle Pazienze Dirty \, so called by Estimi\ Calle dirty Fazza the Pinzochere. \ Some females had been admitted since 1300 up to participate in pious works of religious allocated in the convent of S. M. del Carmine. They first lived separately, but in 1498 they gathered in a house given to them by a Louis Vielmo, calling for S. Our Lady of Hope, and taking the name of the Tertiary, or Pinzochere del Carmine. Why do some streets of Venice are called 'Dirty', see Dirty (Calle.
The bridge is located at the following coordinates:
Latitude: 45.4329398° N
Longitude: 12.3226018° E