Arco di Tito, Rome
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One of the great monuments of ancient Rome, the Arch of Titus was built in 82 C.E. by the Emperor Domitian to honor his late brother, the Emperor Titus, and his military victories, importantly, the Si... read more »
Impresionante arco de Tito. Es lo primero que ves cuando entras al Foro. Esta situado en la famosisima Via Sacra. Es una visita imprescindible.Impressive Arch of Titus. It is the first thing you see when you enter the Forum. Is located on the famous Via Sacra. It is a must-see.show original
Si vous visitez le Foro Romano, vous le verrez automatiquement sur la Via Sacra. C'est un joli arc de triomphe à une seule arche !If you visit the Roman Forum, you will see it automatically on the Via Sacra. It's a pretty arc of triumph to only one arch!show original
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.
Great huge Monument, unlike anything around it, it was completely intact
A pompous monument to a failed empire that looted and tried to destroy a far away civilisation.... Its use as a cheap, fenced-off theme park for gawking tourists is a fitting statement of the futility of empires whose success is dependent on looting and raping other people....
Always a little disappointing that this sort of antiquity has to be fenced off, but quite understandable. However, the reliefs on the inside of the arch, particularly the iconic relief of the Romans looting the treasures of the Jerusalem Temple, are still very clear to see from a slight distance. For the contemporary Jewish or Israeli visitor, this is a must. It represents, after all, a power-statement by the greatest empire of history regarding just whom it thought it had vanquished utterly. But though everyone can marvel at so many of the legacies of Ancient Rome, where are those builders and conquerers now?
Very beautiful. Recommended to visit along with the Colosseum (the Colosseum ticket is eligible for both)
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