"past the Bridge of Sighs"
Bridge of Sighs
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeBridge of Sighs - Credit: Matthew Field

Romantically named by Lord Byron to reflect the mood of prisoners catching their last glimpse of Venice before going down to the cells, the 16o2  Bridge of Sighs connects the interrogation rooms of the Doges' Palace to the old prison.

 

Doges' Palace with Bridge of Sighs to right
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeDoges' Palace with Bridge of Sighs to right - Credit: Radomil