Located throughout the former Empire, examples of Roman architecture serve to remind us of the wealth, power and influence that Rome spread throughout its domain. Much of the Romans’ architectural mastery is due to their use of concrete. Mixing a dry aggregate with a mortar that would take up water and then harden gave the Romans a range of building materials of great flexibility and strength. Roman concrete is very similar to modern Portland cement. Emperors cemented their reputations with grand public works. Roman architecture is responsible for the first large bridges that have lasted for centuries. Romans were the first to use concrete to build bridges. The largest surviving triumphal arch is the Arch of Constantine, completed in 315 AD to celebrate the Battle of Milvian Bridge. It is 21 metres high. Marble Arch in London was based on it. There’s so many historical architecture to see! We would love to help you plan your trip to Rome so be sure to pick up the phone and call us or visit our website.
Voglia di una cena romantica in riva al mare?🍴✨ Il nostro ristorante è aperto tutti i giorni anche a cena con tanti piatti di pesce fresco... e la serata si illumina di magia 😊
⚓ Marine Village – Via Litoranea 10,100 🌴 Struttura: 06.91903724 🍴 Ristorante: 06.91908178
Not happy about vacation ending and drive home... but then buck hunter happened and buck hunter makes everything ok. ( full disclaimer: I only let my kids play with toy guns at truck stops) #wheninrome