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Porta San Paolo e Museo della Via Ostiense, Rome

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  • Very short path inside the walls of porta San Paolo, seen suggestive photos behind the pyramid. Free admission because there is not much to see. With 20-minute visits. Council at a cost of 3 euros to visit in 5 minutes away the non-Catholic cemetery, behind the pyramid.
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  • Tiny Museum outside the Metro pyramid, which you visit in 10 minutes, with plastic models of the ancient port of Ostia, archeological findings, an interesting reconstruction of stratigraphy of life Appia and a beautiful vantage point on the pyramid of cestius. Free admission.
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  • Think of the greatness of Imperial Rome and be able to see integrates one of the doors is a great thing. Unfortunately the excitement for an architectural work of such great historical value is warmed by the little attention that the cultural heritage and the city administration have devoted to this area of Rome overlooking the via ostiense. The traffic is chaotic and unacceptable and instead of protecting the heritage of the historical sites of Rome and Italian favorite create around a tangle of roads that prevent emphasize a work like that.
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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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