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Park of the Appia Antica

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Overview

Title
Park of the Appia Antica
Author
fede_76
Rating
4.33
Year
300 AD
Cost
3 €
Average visit time
75 minutes
Address
Via Appia Antica, 00178 Rome RM
Hours of operation
Depends on single monuments

Description

The Appian Way, also called by roman people as Regina Viarum, starts from Porta St Sebastian and ends up in Brindisi (300 km). It took its name from Consol Appio Claudio who laid the first part of this long road in 300 AC. Since 1988, it has been declared a protected area "Park of the Appia Antica", a pedestrian park, that you can also visit by bike.

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