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Anywhere else in the world you"d score this a big 5 but it stands in the shadow of the Colosseum and near the Roman Forum, an area packed with antiquities. Suggest download Rick Steves free audioguide to the area which adds a lot to any...More
Sitting right next to the Colleseum is this magnificent arch. It was erected in the 4th century to celebrate the victory of Constantine over Emperor Maxentius. The statues and relief panels show the level of artistry from ancient times.
Triumphal arches represent the historical impact of particular Roman emperors. Originally, five triumphal arches stood at the Roman Forum. Three of these arches survive today. The two missing arches are the Arch of Augustus and the Arch of Tiberius. Little is left of them today....More
The Arco di Constantino is another magnificent arch located beside the Colosseum. Wonderful detail on the arch commemorating Emperor Constantine's military victory. Such an impressive arch. Another must see in Rome