Arco di Adriano, Santa Maria Capua Vetere

Arco di Adriano is located in Santa Maria Capua Vetere. Make Arco di Adriano a part of your Santa Maria Capua Vetere vacation plans using our Santa Maria Capua Vetere road trip planning tool .
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  • Not even to see why there is nothing to see! A shame for what is left to decay and neglect! Now a monument does not exist!
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  • Remarkable commemorative monument to Adriano, preserved well enough but placed on a busy street and plunged into chaos traffic loses its natural place in the past. Too bad
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  • A majestic arch, also known as Arco Felice, the story goes that under this arch passed the trafficking of ancient Rome, all kinds of merchandise that moved along the Appian way. Today it is found as a traffic island (Yes, the locals use to call it even with this name), in the middle of a long straight from the bottom often disjointed, surrounded by modern housing architecture also leave a bit of themselves ... There are no protections to protect the structure from possible collisions with vehicles or there are deterrents to decrease the rate of those who pass under this arch. After centuries of glorious presence, now is left there ... left to itself, as if it were too. Too bad.
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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). Was originally three arches, but today still remain only three pylons and one of the side doors. Crossed the via Appia and constituted an ideal gateway to the city, perhaps in the line of the pomerium
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