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Porta San Sebastiano, Rome

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  • Once again in Rome, and now, finally, reached the Roman monuments on the Appian way. St. Sebastian gate is one of the most important and best preserved gate walls Avrelianskoj, named for the Saint, buried in the homonymous Basilica nearby. Inside the Porta San Sebastiano-Museum of the walls of Rome.
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  • The oldest gate of San Sebastiano, which we visited in September, is a grand structure, which makes a great impression. In the history of Rome, they played a crucial role. In 1327, the battle between the Guelphs and the Ghibelline factions, in the year 1536 solemnly through the gates of Rome entered the King of Spain Charles V, and in the year 1571 Marcantonio Colonna, the winner in the battle of Lepanto.
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  • door beautiful to photograph incorporated in the Aurelian walls and preceded by the arco di Druso of 211 dC; supports the remains of the aqueduct of feeding the baths of Caracalla; is one of the most monumental gates of the Aurelian walls; It opened in the 3rd century AD and rebuilt in the 19th century V by Honorius. The name is derived from the basilica in which the via Appia. Inside there is to see the Museum of the walls of Rome showing the history of the Roman defensive structures: very interesting
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