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Arco di Costantino

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Built in 315AD and noted by its triple arches, this structure commemorates...

Built in 315AD and noted by its triple arches, this structure commemorates Constantine's victory over Maxentuis.

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ARCH DI CONSTANTINE ( ARCH OF CONSTANTINE ) is yet another fabulous site that we admired while we were taking in the breathtaking beauty of the Colosseum. The arch looks amazing... read more

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ARCH DI CONSTANTINE ( ARCH OF CONSTANTINE ) is yet another fabulous site that we admired while we were taking in the breathtaking beauty of the Colosseum. The arch looks amazing and when you consider the sheer age of this structure is in remarkably good condition. This arch is historically important and was built to honour Constantines I victory over... More 

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Meeting place to start colosseum and ancient ruins your. Fantastic piece of history and an amazing monument to the Romans.

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As a sign of the times a tall fence surrounds this magnificent triumphal arch now. It's located on the ancient Triumphal Way close to the Colosseum.

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This is one of the three arches in the Colosseum area. This one is the largest and awesome. Very well designed ancient arch.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We saw the arch from the colosseum. It is very nice. Walk next to the arch to take some nice pictures.

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This arch is awesome, well keeped, the time has not passed by it. It's about military campaings, you have a nice sight from colosseum, also going by foot.

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It is so hard to fathom that this Arch has been here for 2500 years! Very well preserved and cared for. Would highly recommend visiting.

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About the coliseum has three arches, this is the largest and impressive. It was built by Constantine, using parts of many other monuments. There are always crowds here.

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The Arch of Constantine is often overlooked because tourists spend more time in the nearby Coliseum, Forum and Palatine Hill. Constantine is Rome’s first Christian emperor. It is impossible to miss because of its central location. It was erected by the roman senate to commemorate Constantine’s triumph in 315 AD. This historical attraction is the largest triumphal arc in Rome.... More 

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Worth visiting and walking around the historical place for more than 3 hours. This arch is very famous one and if you are in the Roman Forum, or on the Palatine Hill, you cannot miss it and you don't dare to :))

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