Roger Rossi Bridge, known as the New Bridge
Built in the 19th century, this bridge quickly became the main crossing point of the Réal Collobrier, as shown by the request for classification by the Municipal Council on 25 February 1877 "as a continuation of road N°14".
During the Liberation, a truck broke the railing and it was not until 1955 that it was repaired and widened.
It is now named after Roger ROSSI, hero of the Resistance who died on 18 August 1944 in the Vercors.
A commemorative plaque pays tribute to him.
Free of charge.
All year round, daily.
- Single visit
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