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Appreciation of this 'gate' is gained by knowledge of the Aurelian Walls with which it is associated. Students of history enjoy the fact that Rome was built on seven hills (the Aventine, Caelian, Esquiline, Quirinal, and Viminal Hills). The Aurelian Walls enclosed all the seven...More
Two minute walk from the hotel on the way to the park. Imposing walls/city gate but a shame there is little or no information available at the site or no entrance. Nice to see and take a photo of, but that's about it.
As with the Via Veneto, we walked through this ancient gate on a number of occasions, this year we gazed through the window of the tour bus. It dates to the 5th century, a late addition to the Aurelian Walls. It was built under the...More