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The column of Marcus Aurelius commemorates the Roman Emperor, and is often overlooked due to the other splendid monuments. The column itself is intricately carved with figures, which from a distance is not clear. There are over 100 steps internally that lead to a little...More
This place is one of the less visited in Roma but I adore it.... the column is simple magnificent.
I wish I’m available to describe all the prints in the column.
This is a perfect square to seat and relax
In a random small square in Rome you will find the column of Marcus Aurelius. It is pretty cool with the story of the man from the 2nd century wrapped around it. The thing is huge so you really can't even see the top from...More
"just another" of the monuments that you walk past in Rome that would be first-rate attractions anywhere else. This is on a quieter piazza and is neat to see but difficult to really understand in situ, so snap a picture, maybe do some people watching,...More
The ancient Romans loved to celebrate their military 'triumphs' and the Column of Marcus Aurelius is just one example of many such monuments found in Rome. The detail carved into the 27 individual Carrara marble 'drums' which comprise the column is stunning.It's hard to believe...More
This victory column celebrating a military victory in 176 AD during Marcus Aurelius's reign. It was finished in 193 AD. It is a Doric column featuring a spiral relief and was modeled on Trajan's Column.
The Column of Marcus Aurelius is a Roman victory column in Piazza Colonna, Rome, Italy. It is a Doric column featuring a spiral relief: it was built in honor of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius and modeled on Trajan's Column. If you noticed really careful you...More