Arco di Giano Rome – Building, Photos

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Arco di Giano Roma : Architettura

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page updated Sep 19, 2017

Arco di Giano

View from northeast:
Arco di Giano Rome

View from southwest, near Santa Maria in Cosmedin:
Arco di Giano Arco di Giano Roma

The Arch of Janus is the only quadrifrons triumphal arch preserved in Rome. It was set up at a crossroads at the northeastern limit of the Forum Boarium, close to the Velabrum, over the Cloaca Maxima drain that went from the Forum to the River Tiber. It was built in the early 4th century CE, using spolia, i.e. material from earlier buildings, including bricks, together with pottery shards, and was covered with white marble, also from earlier buildings.

More architecture details for this ancient Roman structure are very welcome please

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Images by adrian welch available upon request: photos 2816×2112 pixels

Location: Rome, Italy




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Date built: 1960
Design: Pier Luigi Nervi
Stadio Flaminio
photograph © Oscar Savio. Courtesy Pier Luigi Nervi Project Association, Brussels

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Aura Valle Aurelia Shopping Centre
Architects: Design International
Aura Valle Aurelia Roma Shopping Center
image courtesy of architecture office
Aura Valle Aurelia

Hawkers Rome Store, near Plaza de España
Architects: CuldeSac
Hawkers Rome Store
photograph : Luigi Filetici

Hawkers Rome Store

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