Rome, the Arch of Janus reopens: after 28 years the monument forgotten by the Romans returns to sight

Rome, the Arch of Janus reopens: after 28 years the monument forgotten by the Romans returns to sight
Rome, the Arch of Janus reopens: after 28 years the monument forgotten by the Romans returns to sight

As unique as it was forgotten by the Romans. After years away from sight (and from the heart), covered by scaffolding and a large and closed gate, the Arch of Janus is once again accessible to citizens.

From 13 November the Special Superintendency of Rome, directed by Daniela porro, and the Alda Fendi Experiments Foundation, “open” the Arch of Janus: every Saturday the monument, one of the main ones of the Foro Boario, will be open to visitors and free admission, from 4pm to 8pm.

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