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For me, driving past the Arch, it means that I am back in Verona. Situated next to the Castelvecchio it is a sign of times past. Napoleon, I was told, had it removed off the main road so he didn't have to go under it,...More
I was going to give this 5/5 because I liked it so much and it seemed under-appreciated. It was just there, behind a load of people waiting for a bus, and with some people using standing next to it taking a picture of the bridge...More
Built in the first century, the arc was destroyed but later rebuilt with the original stones. The stones you are standing on plus the arc is a sight to see. It is now situated near the Castelvecchio Bridge. Worth seeing!
The Arco dei Gavi was a marble arch originally built by a noble Roman family by the name of Gavia. The arch was demolished during Napoleonic rule and what we see today is a beautiful reconstruction using some of the original stone. It is situated...More
This Roman arch was built in the second half of the first century A.D., during the Flavian period and stood at the beginning of the road into the ancient Roman city. Apparently, it was demolished and has been rebuilt using some of the original stones....More