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The restoration and the “tradition” of the avant-garde

   

After its partial destruction in 1943, the Real Ferdinando Bridge fell into oblivion and it was only in 1985 that it was finally declared an artistic historical asset.
With an industrial archaeology project funded by the European Union, the restoration-reconstruction was completed in 1998 by ANAS in agreement the Architectural Heritage Office of Caserta.
With the restoration work, entrusted to the architect Morrica and the engineer Mazzolani, Giura’s Bridge was re-proposed in an innovative way in terms of materials while respecting its architectural lines. As for the reconstruction of the damaged and no longer restorable metal parts, the original iron and nickel alloy was replaced with steel, while the new deck structure was made of aluminium, thus making the Real Ferdinando Bridge also the first bridge in Italy to be built with this material.
Its transformation from an infrastructure into a monument is highlighted by the change of the former pedestrian sidewalks into panoramic seating, while the driveway was made of wooden plank (now replaced with composite wood). Once the works were completed, the Real Ferdinando Bridge was entrusted to the Archaeological Office of Lazio for government use and opened to the public in 2008.

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