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Arco di Tito, Rome

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  • A disarming beauty, we should continue to learn from the ancient Romans, opulence, grandeur and richness in detail. A selfie is the minimum.
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  • The Arch of Titus is located after leaving the Coliseum and entering the Forum. Built in the year 82 by the emperor Domitian to commemorate the victories of his brother Titus. It preserves a magnificent reliefs depicting the victories of Tito in Judea.
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  • Celebrates the victory of the Roman legions of Titus in Judea something like 2000 years ago. Also to avoid unpleasant encounters today cordoned off valuable artifact with hordes of tourists aged children with multicolored marker in hand ... Anyway to watch-free-if you are in Colosseum area.-
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  • If/when you're in the neighborhood for a tour of the Colleseum -- and even if you're not -- urge your guide to take you to the remarkably well-preserved arch, a sight you shouldn't miss. (Also in the neighborhood: the Arch of Constantine.) Stunning symbol of ancient Rome.
  • Take a guide to have deep explanationas there is plenty to say.
  • Beautiful arch with wonderful carvings depicting the victories of Titus lining the inside.
  • One of a few monuments near the forum and the palace that still stand and is well preserved. A nice reminder of what the forum and palace might have looked like before they were destroyed.
  • Well-preserved, look for the pictures of the sack of Jerusalem!