Porta Rudiae, Lecce
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Porta Rudiae is located in Lecce. For Porta Rudiae and beyond, use our Lecce vacation builder to get the most from your Lecce vacation.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
Avendo parcheggiato a ridosso del viale dell'università, siamo entrati in Lecce attraverso questo arco molto bello. Entrando da qui si percorre la via Libertini che ti porta direttamente in piazza san... read more »Having parked near the University Avenue, walked into Lecce through this very nice bow. From here take the via Libertini which brings you directly to piazza sant'oronzo. The arch is characterized by four columns and a statue of Saint Oronzo. To seeshow original
Poco più a sud dell'Arco di Trionfo, si trova la cosiddetta Porta Rudiae, il cui nome deriva da quello dell'antica città di origine Messapica, posta nell'odierna periferia di Lecce, nucleo primigenio ... read more »Just south of the Arc de Triomphe, is the so-called Porta Rudiae, whose name derives from the ancient Messapian town, located in today's suburb of Lecce, next's original core city. Probably, as in the case of the Arc de Triomphe, this had to be a medieval port. The port collapsed during the seventeenth century and was rebuilt in 1700. The door is clearly Baroque style, and was built when a real defensive function was no longer needed. The façade is dominated by the statue of Saint Oronzo, accompanied laterally by the statues of Saint Irene and san Domenico. The pillars of the door are carved four busts depicting Euippa, Malennio, Dauno and Idomeneo, grandson of Minos and the great-grandson of Zeus, the mythical founder of the city.show original
Poorten moeten hier blijkbaar maar aan een zijde fraai uitgewerkt worden, wellicht om de bezoeker te imponeren! Ook hier is dit weer het geval. Deze toegang tot het historisch centrum vertoont beginne... read more »Ports should be beautiful on one side but here apparently worked out, perhaps to impress the visitor! Also here is this the case. This access to the historical centre shows novice erosion of the less hard (Sandy) stone.show original
Salon Lecce 2015
Antonio Ingrosso"The main entrance to the city and the baroque to neoclassicism art culture myths and legends" neoclassical and Baroque influences is the oldest of the three doors took its name from the ancient city destroyed Rudiae. Its present appearance is the result of a rebuilding in 1703 by Giuseppe Cino. It is surmounted by a statue of St. Oronzo's side are statues of St. Irene and s. Domenico, backing out of a frieze, supported by two columns and capitals, on which were carved busts of the mythical founders of the city: Mallenio, Dauno, Euippa and Idomeneo is the one which has the most direct access to the beautiful baroque city long taunted them we find the Church of the Rosary to follow the former Conservatory s. Anna later the Cathedral before arriving in piazza Santo Oronzo. Here we find typical restaurants where you can taste typical specialities as Pucce, lace, Turnovers you potatoes, Galzoni, papier-mâché Pasticciotto admire the shops very popular Rustic well into the nightshow original
Salvatore xomperoPorta Rudiae is the most majestic gateway to the historic city of Lecce. It is accessed from Viale Portal giving you switch between modern City University and at Lecce a few centuries ago, feels like you are stepping back in time. From here the course going from Piazza del Duomo will take you to Piazza Sant'Oronzo.show original
Giuseppe mPorta Rudiae, is the gateway to the old course. Continuing along the course will arrive in piazza Duomo and then in piazza sant'oronzo which is the center of the city of Lecceshow original
Donato GaetaniBuilt on the remains of an ancient port at the end of the 17th century Porta Rudiae is one of the most important ports of lecce once the door antostante the entrance of the ancient rudiae.show original
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Visit for 1h 30m
Visit for 2h 30m
Visit for 1h
Visit for 2h
Visit for 3h
Visit for 1h
Visit for 1h 30m
Visit for 4h
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.