GENOA – The collapsed viaduct over the river Polcevera in Genoa was designed by Riccardo Morandi and was between 1963 and 1967, built. The cable-stayed bridge, popularly Morandi-bridge called, had three 90-meter-high pylons of reinforced concrete. The road surface of the bridge depends approximately 45 metres in height.
The viaduct forms part of the A10 motorway and connects the districts of Cornigliano and Sampierdarena. That last district is to residents measured one of the largest areas of Genoa.
The Morandi bridge is often the subject of debate, writes the Italian newspaper Il Fatto daily life. These discussions were fuelled by the many maintenance that the structure for years took.
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