The Tiberius Bridge also known as Ponte d'Augusto e Tiberio is a Roman bridge, located in the city of Rimini, Italy. It comprises of five semicircular arches and an average span length of about 8 metres.
Its construction was started at the time of Augustus and was completed in 20 AD under the reign of his successor Tiberius. An inscription describes it as the bridge "given by both the emperors". The bridge crosses the Marecchia River.
It is well-preserved and is still very much in use even today. A must see for the visitors travelling to the city of Rimini for the first time.