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Colonna di Traiano, Rome

Categories: Monuments, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web
Completed in 113 CE, Colonna di Traiano celebrates Roman emperor Trajan's victory in the Dacian Wars. The column is carved to the top with stories that describe wars between the Dacians and the Romans. At the top, you will see a bronze figure of St. Peter, which replaced the stolen statue of Trajan. Hire a guide for in-depth stories surrounding this monument. Use our Rome itinerary maker to visit Colonna di Traiano on your trip to Rome, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • This column in honour Trajano is spectacular, although it is so big that he is not enough to see every one of its details.
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  • It is very strong, a good column. So, very fine details, great. Built in days in what and how much of what I will be. Want try a closer as long as you can. Many other ruins around the pillar stands out, but it is.
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  • I loved the detail on the Colonna di Traiano. If you have a good zoom on your camera, you can see the sheer amount of work that has gone into this fantastic column. I took a video close up and it look...  read more »
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