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Ponte Pênsil
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A Ponte Pênsil foi construída em 1914 tendo como finalidade principal conduzir o esgoto coletado nas cidades de Santos e São Vicente para seu lançamento no Oceano Atlântico, na Ponta de Itaipu, área que hoje se situa no município de Praia Grande.

Faz parte, portanto, do conjunto de obras de saneamento da ilha, conduzido pelo engenheiro Saturnino de Brito no início do século XX. Desse plano, também faz parte a construção dos conhecidos canais de Santos.

Em sua inauguração, o então prefeito de São Paulo, Washington Luís Pereira de Sousa, atravessou a ponte em um automóvel. Estava acompanhado de sua comitiva.

Embora o objetivo principal tenha sido a condução do esgoto, a Ponte Pênsil desde a sua construção sempre foi utilizada para a travessia de veículos e pedestres.

Copyright: Emilio campi - 360 total
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Uploaded: 07/02/2011
Updated: 18/08/2014
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Tags: ponte; pênsil; são vicente; santos; guarujá; turismo; emilio campi
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