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Porta San Paolo e Museo della Via Ostiense, Rome

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  • I dwell on only the external appearance of this ancient monument. Place at the junction of Ostia, Viale Marco Polo and Viale Aventino is one of the access points to the city through the Aurelian walls. Place a short distance from the Circus Maximus and the Colosseum that are within or surface transportation, trams and buses, or via the Metro B post in front of the monument. Next to the Metro there is the railway Roma-Ostia Lido che negli anni ' 60 ranged up to Termini station by the sea in Ostia. A few meters away there is the pyramid of cestius and the Protestant Cemetery. the entire area is worth a visit with some time to spare while taking advantage of the public transport you can reach every corner of the city. Nearby, excellent pubs and many restaurants and eateries.
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  • The Museum does not I went, I went through there on the way to the train station. The door is large enough, is a remnant of the ancient Roman wall, with two towers on each side. It is a bit remote, only recommend a visit if you are going to see the Basilica of San Paolo fuori le Mura, which is near there and that is truly impressive. But if you were only to get there to see the door... I would not go.
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  • Go past this busy place so you can't miss it. Is located in the middle and looks to be from the Roman Empire, next to the pyramid. It is a museum mainly about Ostia Antica, the port city that supplied Rome's population with food, drinks and more. Recommend that you enter here before the visit to Ostia Antica then it doesn't cost more than the chance to walk across a street in Rome, visit takes not more than 20-30 minutes ...
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  • The Museum contains interesting archaeological finds collected during the modern reconstruction of the via Ostiense. Small and charming for those who appreciate even just the story that the building represents. Touching the phrases typed on some Windows bearing thoughts and reflections of prisoners of World War II. At each level of the Museum to enjoy the beautiful view of the pyramid of Cestius. We recommend a visit to the port of Trajan. Free admission!
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  • Small and poor but represents a stage in your visits to the surroundings
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