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Arco di Tito, Rome
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  • This was a highlight for me amongst the ruins in the Roman Forum. Our tour guide pointed out the menorah and Hebrew iconography I would have missed otherwise. Worth taking a good look! It is remarkabl...  more »
  • Nice with various details In the Forum. Worth the visit and take a few pictures, get ready to walk near the Colosseum
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  • This beautiful the Arc de Triomphe stands like that of Septimius Severus for about between the arch and the Constantine arch. It is a bit smaller than the other two, but great is the. It is approximately 25 meters high, wide and 13.5 metres almost 5 meters deep, built in honor of the campaign that Vespasian and Titus had carried out in Palestine. During the campaign was Jerusalem destroyed and key objects with a high symbolic value (Silver trumpets and the 7-armete candlestick) was in triumph brought home to Rome as loot.
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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!