Museo delle Mura, Rome
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Proprio all'imbocco di Porta S.Sebastiano, lungo la cinta delle Mura aureliane, il Museo delle Mura offre la possibilità di approfondire la conoscenza sulla struttura e sulla costruzione delle stesse.... read more »Right at the entrance to Porta s. Sebastiano, along the boundary of the Aurelian walls, the Museum of the walls offers the possibility to deepen their knowledge on the structure and construction of the same. The Museum is small but nice and well organized. You can also take a short stretch of the wall and understand and know the structure and its changes over time.show original
Il luogo è davvero meraviglioso ma la gestione assolutamente discutibile. Il personale è accogliente e il posto piuttosto pulito e ordinato. Per il resto una carenza notevole riguardo la storia della ... read more »The place is really wonderful but management absolutely questionable. The staff is friendly and the place pretty clean and tidy. Otherwise a considerable deficiency about the history of the door that houses the Museum. A centuries-old history and relevant totally omitted. Instead of hosting exhibitions of very little value would be much more appropriate to devote the halls to illustrate the history and the various stages of Porta San Sebastiano. Too bad also that there is a circuit with the other monumental importance of the Appia Antica free admission or the circus of Maxentius. Overall a jewel of Rome not minded as it deserves.show original
This little known museum was amazing. It actually takes you into the guard tower and along the top of the Roman wall. If you climb to the very top, you can see all of Rome and the Appian Way. It is a ... read more »
Gianluca PicaGo to Porta San Sebastiano, and being able to get on the ancient towers of the ports that the Romans were built as entrances to the city. Rise and walk on pathways, having an unusual view of the surroundings. All surrounded by some information points with which you can learn about the history of the walls of Rome. In short, a nice visit. All free!show original
Adriana CannaóA little lacking in educational systems, which are obsolete, but very exciting and impressiveshow original
Ortelius Abraham☆ San Sebastiano gate to start, followed by a green belt of about 10 kilometers at the Church of Domine Quo Vadis "old Appian way (via Appia Antica)" are maintained as the Appia road State Park landscape of pine trees (Italian kasamatsu) and of the Roman Empire, around the road still remains. Parallel ran "new Appian way (via Appia Nuova)' high speed roads, via Rome-Ciampino airport has expanded to the South-East direction. Park Road is finished in around Ciampino, to join the new Appian way, aspects of modern roads and. Milestone milestone Roman Empire based on the road laws for 120 years ago Sempronius Act, 1 on the main road every Roman mile (1000 paces) to was established as the beginning and still remains a milestone on the Appian way. Origin in the Roman Forum. First milestone I Milliarium is a little ahead of San Sebastiano gate (Gate Appian way), located in front of the Trenitalia lines. This is a reproduction of what was built in 1976, is located in the Piazza del Campidoglio. The first milestone of the installation location is not currently at the Appian way gate Office.show original
Nigro mariaInterestingshow original
Samuele ZolarsiVery nice, great view and also free entranceshow original
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