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Rome - Piazza de Popolo - Obelisk & Street,Italy

Rome - Piazza de Popolo - Obelisk & Street,Italy

Walking from the center of Rome, Via Appia, or the Appian Way seems like another small ruin, lined with cafes and restaurants looking to take the tourist dollar. In reality, it is one of the longest and oldest roads built by the Roman empire and neatly encapsulates much of the great history of Rome.

Walking from the center of Rome, Via Appia, or the Appian Way seems like another small ruin, lined with cafes and restaurants looking to take the tourist dollar. In reality, it is one of the longest and oldest roads built by the Roman empire and neatly encapsulates much of the great history of Rome.

Via Appia (Appian Way) near Quarto Miglio, Rome. Used as a main route for military supplies since its construction for that purpose in the mid-4th century BCE, it was built specifically to transport troops outside the smaller region of greater Rome.

Via Appia (Appian Way) near Quarto Miglio, Rome. Used as a main route for military supplies since its construction for that purpose in the mid-4th century BCE, it was built specifically to transport troops outside the smaller region of greater Rome.

and see the ruins of the aquaduct in Ostia Antica

and see the ruins of the aquaduct in Ostia Antica

Arch of Titus. Coordinates: 41.890717°N 12.488585°E The Arch of Titus is a 1st-century honorific arch[1] located on the Via Sacra, Rome, just to the south-east of the Roman Forum. It was constructed in c. 82 AD by the Roman Emperor Domitian shortly after the death of his older brother Titus to commemorate Titus' victories, including the Siege of Jerusalem in 70 AD.

Arch of Titus. Coordinates: 41.890717°N 12.488585°E The Arch of Titus is a 1st-century honorific arch[1] located on the Via Sacra, Rome, just to the south-east of the Roman Forum. It was constructed in c. 82 AD by the Roman Emperor Domitian shortly after the death of his older brother Titus to commemorate Titus' victories, including the Siege of Jerusalem in 70 AD.

The Forum, Rome

The Forum, Rome

Ruins of Nero's Domus Aurea (Golden House)

Ruins of Nero's Domus Aurea (Golden House)

The Arch of Constantine at the Roman Forum goes across the Villa Triumphalis. It is inscribed in part, "To the Emperor Caesar Flavius Constantinus, the greatest, pious, and blessed Augustus.....the Senate and People of Rome have dedicated this arch....."

The Arch of Constantine at the Roman Forum goes across the Villa Triumphalis. It is inscribed in part, "To the Emperor Caesar Flavius Constantinus, the greatest, pious, and blessed Augustus.....the Senate and People of Rome have dedicated this arch....."

Photograph Marcellus theater, Rome by Angelo Ferraris on 500px

Photograph Marcellus theater, Rome by Angelo Ferraris on 500px

Circus Maximus - Rome

Circus Maximus - Rome