Ponte Nº 30

Art Deco




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Maximum people per visit: 15

Visit languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin Chinese

Photography allowed: Yes

Child friendly: Yes

Wheelchair access: No

Toilet available: No


Ponte 30 is a pier building built after the second World War in 1948, on the Inner Harbour waterfront, a site reclaimed to the sea on the previous decades. Initially a precarious structure, in the shape of a long wooden deck, it evolved into the present solid concrete structure, built on stilts on the water. It is representative of an architectural typology of pier buildings, operating as an interface between the ships and the city, with a central opening on the ground floor connected to a deck. These pier buildings are located along the entire extension of the Inner Harbor, designed for different purposes such as trade, fishing or cargo, they follow a similar layout but portray their individual characteristics.


Avenida de Demetrio Cinatti, Ponte Nº 30

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Buses: 1, 3, 4, 6, 16, 26, 26A, 33, N1A