About Arch of Augustus – Rimini
The Arch of Augustus in Rimini, known as Arco d’Augusto, is an Ancient Roman monument constructed in 27 BC for the Rome’s first emperor. Thought to have been the gateway to Ancient Rimini which would have formed part of the city walls, the Arch of Augustus is a fairly ornate structure depicting various deities such as Neptune, Apollo and Jupiter.
The Surgeon’s House is an archaeological site which uncovers Rimini’s past from Ancient Roman times.
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