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Arco d'Augusto, Rimini

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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Built in 27 BCE, Arco d'Augusto may be the oldest surviving Roman arch. While the structure is not particularly impressive, the sheer length of its history is staggering. The arch is not fenced off, so you can walk right through. To visit Arco d'Augusto and other attractions in Rimini, use our Rimini itinerary maker.
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  • This arch dedicated to Augustus Caesar opens its doors to the city of Rimini. Remember the history and beauty of the Roman Empire. A piece of history to see! Nice and held up well.
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  • Yes why Rimini is not just a seaside town, but already in Roman times was in vogue. The arch is impressive and decorated with many details. You will not have visited Rimini without seeing it!
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  • Went on a walk around the town and this is a must see, incredible to wonder how they managed to build it 
  • very nice place ,, recommended
  • This ancient piece stands out.The highlight of this lovely city
  • Resto romano storico, molto bello
  • Is a must in Rimini a Roman arch stayed up and renovated during the middle ages, remained standing despite the many bombings of world wars. A place to visit in Rimini.
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  • Wonderful! Located in the middle of the city, is a real piece of Roman history.
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