Arch of Galerius
Arch of Galerius

Arch of Galerius

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8 / 10

4 expert reviews

“This arch was actually part of a larger, long structure that lead to an ancient church known as the Rotunda of Galerius.”

– Afar Magazine

Frommer's
"This hefty monument built by Galerius around A.D. 305 to celebrate a victory over the Persians." Full review
Fodor's
"The imposing kamára (arch) is one of a number of monuments built by Galerius around AD 305." Full review
Lonely Planet
"The Arch of Galerius (AD 303) celebrates a victory over the Persians with carved, lunging soldiers. It's south of the Rotunda of Galerius on Egnatia." Full review


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