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Porta Praetoria, Regensburg

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  • While seemingly undiscript, the fact that a piece of the original Roman city almost 2000 years old is worth the few minutes it takes to see.  more »
  • Like many other places in Regensburg, the Porta Praetoria is being under heavy scaffolding. You can not see anything, unless you like to look at a covered building. We are all looking forward to see i...  more »
  • Wish I had read the reviews before my detour here. As the mid October, nothing was visible on site. Scaffolding still around. I would not recommend a visit here during renovation.  more »
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  • Unfortunately hidden for months behind a film. Renovation work. This would have heard more wisely organized.
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  • Pedras históricas Restos do portão romano de Praetoria, estive no local a noite durante uma festa da cidade, um lindo local para fotos e viver a história romana.
  • If the city renovated it this is right, it rarely stupid to upgrade a complete and unapologetic Pack is to high season.
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  • Is currently restored and can be visited in person. Construction site cover shows the image on canvas.
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  • North Gate of the Roman Legionary camp once with two projecting semicircular flanking towers equipped with rows of arched Windows and two passes. The Porta Praetoria is integrated into the Bishop's residence built between the 13th and 16th centuries, a four-winged building from the middle of the 15th century with Romanesque and Gothic components as well as Renaissance arcades.
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