Via Flaminia - Rimini Arch of Augustus
The Arch of Augustus (Archo d'Augusto) marks the end of the ancient Roman road Via Flaminia in Rimini. Built in 27BC it is the oldest surviving triumphal Roman arch. The top was modified in the 10th century. There are other ancient Roman remains in Rimini: original walls of the Roman city, the Tiberius Bridge built between 14 and 21AD and the ancient Roman amphitheater.
Location: Italy - Emilia-Romagna - Rimini - Rimini
Category: Ancient Roman
Tags: Via Flaminia, Arch
Website: Visit Rimini - The Arch of Augustus
Day trip contributed by Pauline Kenny
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