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Cavour Bridgein Rome, Italy

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The bridge Cavour is better known for the Roman tradition as the place where daredevils jump into the waters of the Tiber in the New Year.
Cavour Bridge, Rome
Cavour Bridge (Ponte Cavour) is very laconic, without statues, stucco, only the simplicity and elegance. Once in its place was another bridge, and it was associated with a plurality of both pleasant and terrible events.

Now Cavour Bridge is known for the Roman tradition of celebrating New Year's jump into the cold waters of the Tiber.

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#37Jump into Tiber river on the 1st of January in RomeJump into Tiber river on the 1st of JanuaryFelicity

How about a new tradition to celebrate the New Year jumping into the cold waters of the Tiber?

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