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  Puente de elevación vertical  Tema: Puente de elevación vertical  -   Foro de Ingenieria  Foro: Foro de Ingenieria
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El Puente Due Giugno es un puente móvil de elevación vertical ubicado en el municipio italiano de Fiumicino.

Pasando el canal de Fumicino (antiguo Foso de Trajano) uniendo el pueblo de Fumicino con la Isola Sacra.

Como indica una placa situada en el mismo puente, la estructura fue destruida en 1944 por los nazis durante la segunda guerra mundial.

El puente fue reconstruido, inaugurándose de nuevo el veinticinco de febrero de 1948.

El puente recibe el nombre de Due Giugno (dos de junio en Italiano) en honor al día de la república italiana, que conmemora la fecha del referéndum por el cual se decidió este tipo de gobierno en vez de la monarquía representada por Humberto II.





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...acres (0.6 km²) much of which is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The pond itself is approximately 53 acres (0.2km²) and is the largest freshwater lake in Hampshire. Originally there was a second pond, the exact location of which is now unknown. The remaining pond has been reduced in size by silting and development including the London and South Western Railway, and also by draining undertaken during the Second World War, when it was felt it provided too good a landmark for the nearby National Gas Turbine Establishment. The pond and surrounding area remain under threat, due to the ongoing development of Fleet.
Fleet Pond used to be called Flete Pond and was very popular with Londoners who commuted by way of the railway. Fleet pond can be credited with the existence of Fleet, the town.

Fleet Pond Wildlife.

Here is a list of what can be seen around the Fleet Pond and surrounding area.
Muy bien Batiste. Ahora traspasalo a entendible.
O no te lo damos por valido. Doblemente malvado

Cojoneee !!! una laguna, con animalitos ingleses !!!, si total no vamos a ir !!
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Una laguna ???

Fleet Pond is a nature reserve in Fleet, Hampshire, UK. It covers an area of approx. 141 acres (0.6 km²) much of which is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The pond itself is approximately 53 acres (0.2km²) and is the largest freshwater lake in Hampshire. Originally there was a second pond, the exact location of which is now unknown. The remaining pond has been reduced in size by silting and development including the London and South Western Railway, and also by draining undertaken during the Second World War, when it was felt it provided too good a landmark for the nearby National Gas Turbine Establishment. The pond and surrounding area remain under threat, due to the ongoing development of Fleet.
Fleet Pond used to be called Flete Pond and was very popular with Londoners who commuted by way of the railway. Fleet pond can be credited with the existence of Fleet, the town.

Fleet Pond Wildlife.

Here is a list of what can be seen around the Fleet Pond and surrounding area.
Muy bien Batiste. Ahora traspasalo a entendible.
O no te lo damos por valido. Doblemente malvado
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Una laguna ???

Fleet Pond is a nature reserve in Fleet, Hampshire, UK. It covers an area of approx. 141 acres (0.6 km²) much of which is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The pond itself is approximately 53 acres (0.2km²) and is the largest freshwater lake in Hampshire. Originally there was a second pond, the exact location of which is now unknown. The remaining pond has been reduced in size by silting and development including the London and South Western Railway, and also by draining undertaken during the Second World War, when it was felt it provided too good a landmark for the nearby National Gas Turbine Establishment. The pond and surrounding area remain under threat, due to the ongoing development of Fleet.
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Fleet Pond used to be called Flete Pond and was very popular with Londoners who commuted by way of the railway. Fleet pond can be credited with the existence of Fleet, the town.

Fleet Pond Wildlife.

Here is a list of what can be seen around the Fleet Pond and surrounding area.
 
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