To help prostitute’s business in 16th c. Venice, the authorities designated a bridge where they could stand and show their breasts to potential clients. The bridge still stands to this day and is called “Ponte delle Tette” or the bridge of tits.

Ponte delle Tette Ponte delle Tette is a small bridge on the rio di san Canciano in the parish of San Cassiano, Venice, Italy, in the sestieres of San Polo. It takes its name (“Bridge of the Tits”) from the use of the bridge by prostitutes, who were encouraged to stand topless on the bridge …

To help prostitute’s business in 16th c. Venice, the authorities designated a bridge where they could stand and show their breasts to potential clients. The bridge still stands to this day and is called “Ponte delle Tette” or the bridge of tits. Read More »