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Arco di Adriano, Santa Maria Capua Vetere
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  • One of the last symbols of the Roman spirit in Santa Maria Capua Vetere is currently left to carelessness and used as a traffic island
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  • It is risked to be run over in the middle of the road and you. It is dirty and not you see value
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  • Known as Archi di Capua is all that remains of the triumphal arch, dedicated to the emperor Hadrian that release is the amphitheatre. There remain three pillars, recesses and busts of gods.
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  • Despite utter neglect, this triumphal Arch on the Appian way still stands
  • Unfortunately it is too poorly maintained for historical value!! Could do with some restoration and some maintenance!
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  • War Memorial, on the road connecting Santa Maria Capua Vetere in Capua. It is not stored in an optimal manner
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  • The Arch of Hadrian (also called "archi di Capua" or "arco Felice") is a Roman arch located in Santa Maria Capua Vetere (ancient Capua, today in the province of Caserta). It was originally a three arches, but today they retain only three pylons and one of the side arches. Climb over the via Appia and constituted an ideal entrance to the city, perhaps at the pomerium
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