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Colonne Terminali della Via Appia, Brindisi

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  • Unfortunately there are only two columns left today, but it's interesting that the people at the end of the Via Appia way, like the old Romans.
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  • The end of the Via Appia, the most important street of one of the greatest empires in history that Roman you can reach strolling along the waterfront but I Adviser to arrive from the Cathedral you can admire a skyline from "chills" or port Castle Forte a Mare and monument to Italian sailors. The columns are the symbol of the city of the first century. The Original capital is present at Palazzo Nabi (also worth visiting this historical building) X be better preserved, that the column is a faithful copy. Not to be missed!
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  • Originally the columns that dominated by their height of 19 meters on the top of a long staircase the port of Brindisi were two, the current and that fall in 1528 which now stands in piazza Sant'Oronzo in Lecce. United by a strong beam of bronze who claimed a big stop sign, absolved in order to indicate to Mariners the entrance to the Harbour and the point at which it ended the ancient Appian way. From this column you can admire a magnificent view of the port of Brindisi and imagine the many ships from the Orient and headed towards the center of the Roman Empire.
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