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A Roman Empire experience

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Hidden : 4/30/2016
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Nel viaggio verso San Giusto, il passaggio in questa piccola piazzetta é un tuffo nell'antica Roma. Qui troverete uno dei piú importanti monumenti romani di Trieste: l'Arco Di Riccardo In your journey to San Giusto, a pit stop in this small square is like to be in the Roman Empire time. Here you will discover one of the most important Roman monument in Trieste: the Arch of Riccardo

L'Arco fu costruito nel 33 a.C. quindi piú di 2.000 anni fa!  É alto 7 m, largo 5 e profondo 2. Una parte del monumento é stato inglobato in un edificio circostante.    The Arch was build in 33 a.C so it is more than 2.000 years old! It's 7 m tall, 5 large, 2 deep. One part of the monument has been embedded in one of the closest house. Flag Counter

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Last Updated: on 2/22/2018 9:22:10 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (5:22 PM GMT)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum

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