It is one of the most important works built in the South of Italy in recent years. The bridge that unites the two banks of the river Crati in Cosenza bears the signature of the master Santiago Calatrava and is dedicated to San Francesco di Paola. In the form of a harp, the bridge is supported by a pylon 104 meters high, inclined 52 degrees and 130 meters long, supported by an infinite number of cables, as if they were ropes of a harp. Calatrava gives our country a European record: the highest “cable-stayed bridge” in Europe. Not a bad record considering that the artist has made several bridges in Europe and in the world (from Argentina to Seville and Barcelona, from Jerusalem to California, from Texas to Calgary).