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Porta del Popolo, Rome

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Porta del Popolo is a gate of the Aurelian Walls in Rome (Italy). The current Porta del Popolo was built by Pope Sixtus IV for the Jubilee Year 1475 on the site of an ancient Roman gate which, at that time, was partially buried.
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  • We've been through it dozens of times, but never paid attention to its details. The Porta Flaminia, which later became Porta San Valentino and, finally, Porta del Popolo, is one of the 28 doors that.....  more »
  • Porta del Popolo is a gate of the Aurelian walls of Rome. This current gate was built by Pope Sixtus IV for the Jubilee Year 1475 on the site of the ancient Roman gate which, at the time, was...  more »

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