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At the end of Corso di Porta Romana is this gate standing in the middle of a busy square. Easy to spot once one knows it's there, but also easy to overlook between the traffic and noise, and while walking and trying to cross the...More
Well certainly the position it's no helping enhances this beautiful piece of architecture being locate a bit far away from the tourist paths. Although the name is Arco di Porta Romana, absolutely not coming from Roman times but it was built in the Middle Ages...More
This arch is located in the central-southest of Milan.
There's even an underground stop here which is called Porta Romana, a stop of the tram number 9 and one stop of the buses number 62 and 77 (which leads to Chiaravalle abbey).
This arch was...More