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Lovely ancient road under a church's arched buttresses

This is an ancient Roman road next to an ancient church; when the church went through one of its... read more

Reviewed 27 October 2017
SpanishStepsApt
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Rome, Italy
ANOTHER LITTLE POCKET OF ROME WITH LOTS TO SEE

Clivio di Scauro is a beautiful ancient Roman road between the Colosseum and the Circo Massimo... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2016
KTGP
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Adelaide, Australia
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27 Oct 2017
“Lovely ancient road under a church's arched buttresses”
26 Oct 2016
“ANOTHER LITTLE POCKET OF ROME WITH LOTS TO SEE”
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Reviewed 27 October 2017

This is an ancient Roman road next to an ancient church; when the church went through one of its renovations, buttresses were added, which form arches over the road. Very picturesque, well worth seeing.

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Reviewed 26 October 2016

Clivio di Scauro is a beautiful ancient Roman road between the Colosseum and the Circo Massimo. One end of the street is almost into the Palantine Hill and the opposite end leads into Via di San Paolo della Croce, which goes through the 10AD, Arch...More

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Reviewed 27 November 2014

I found an entrance into the Celio area of Rome. This area during Roman times had many incarnations. It used to house insulae (apartment blocks) and later mansions. I was heading toward Case Romani and Basilica Santi Giovanni e Paolo. During my research it was...More

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