Arch of Constantine located at Via di San Gregorio, 00186 Roma RM, Italy

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Spencer Drager

4 Google Rating

Beautiful victory arch plundered by successors. All the metal was taken from this arch for other cre

4/ 5

Beautiful victory arch plundered by successors. All the metal was taken from this arch for other creations. The valuable maroon-colored marble is only seen in the right-side circles as seen from the back. The rest has been removed. Overall, very cool to see. I do wish the fence was less obtrusive for photography.

Damon H

5 Google Rating

beautiful and very underrated! standing right next to an attention-stealer like the colosseum isn’

5/ 5

beautiful and very underrated! standing right next to an attention-stealer like the colosseum isn’t exactly a prime spot, so a lot of people either miss or ignore this gem, but it’s really a stunning peace of art and as far as aches go it’s definitely up there with the greats.

George Lichty

5 Google Rating

Mindblowing to think that Emperor Constantine was involved with this structure. Impressive even tod

5/ 5

Mindblowing to think that Emperor Constantine was involved with this structure. Impressive even today, even if you can walk under the arches.

Robin Taylor

5 Google Rating

Yes, it’s beautiful to look at and it sits in the perfect position between the Roman Forum and the

5/ 5

Yes, it’s beautiful to look at and it sits in the perfect position between the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. But don’t forget to sit there for a minute or two to read the description

Amba Snakeman

3 Google Rating

Sadly its now a main point used a meeting point for tour guides. But this building lacks tour opport

3/ 5

Sadly its now a main point used a meeting point for tour guides. But this building lacks tour opportunities for visitors to have a closer look. But if you are visiting colosseum, you have to pass thru this and try to embrace the architecture. Back then roads didnt exist. So try to build a mind map how this structure stood then