A Tourist in Rome - Arcus Caelimontani
|Location:||About 1/3 of a mile southeast of the Colosseum, at Via San Paolo di Croce and Via Claudia|
|Time:||about 10 minutes|
|Hours:||Viewable at any time|
In the first century AD a branch of the Aqua Claudia called Arcus Caelimontani was built to supply water to the Caelian Hill. The aqueduct rested on Porta Caelimontana when it crossed the area near the Servian Wall.
Remains of Arcus Caelimontani, a branch of the Aqua Claudia, and the Porta Caelimontana from the Servian Wall
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