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Trajan was the Emeror at Rome's height and column celebrates his military victories. Best place to view is from the public footpath but if you're really interested you probably need to bring binoculars to see the details.
Impressive column of the early second century celebrating Trajans victories over the Dacians. Although it commemorates war, many of the scenes are of building and reconstruction and gave a more balanced aspect of events surrounding the conquest than just slaughter and battle scenes.Details are still...More
You can't miss this majestic column if you were watching from the top of Altar of the Fatherland or anywhere at Piazza Venezia. Simply an eye-catcher.
One of the highlights of Apollodorus of Damascus, the greatest architect at that time.
The Colonna Traiana on Via dei Fori Imperiali has been completed in A.D. 113 in the honor of the Roman Emperor Trajan after the war victory over the Dacians (former Greece) Today, this is one of the tourist spot when travel in Rome. Recommended.
Trajan's Column is located at the North end of the Forum of Trajan and to the East of the Arch of the Fatherland near Piazza Venezia. The Forum of Emperor Trajan, near the Quirinal Hill (one of the 7 hills of Rome), was completed ~112...More
I am always a little awestruck at the incredibly intricate detail on this wonderful monument to a victorious Trajan no matter how many times I see it. I'm not overly fond of the statue of St. Peter at the top, however and think the original...More
As others have commented this is incredible to all be standing after just shy of two thousands yards with earth quakes and all.
Looks as good as the day it was carved. Rome is spectacular and has some of the best sights I have ever...More
First day we went on a walk and ended up here.. It was a very nice surprise since we had no idea we would end up here with a good view.
Now 3th day we were walking home (metro A doesn't ride for the whole...More
The fact that Trajan's Column remains in the same place after more than 1,900 years is simply mind-boggling as is the pristine condition of the carvings. The intricate details tell the story of Trajan's conquest of the Dacians in 113AD and spiral from the base...More