Appian Way continued

Another major sight on the Appian Way is the Circus of Maxentius. Maxentius was an emperor for a short time, and had this large circus (i.e. chariot racing track) built for his pleasure, along with a huge palace (of course). It is almost as large as the famous Circus Maximus in Rome.
Here's another nice shot along the road.

Here is a shot of me on the top of the Appian Gate.
This is called the Arch of Drusus. It's right next to the Appian Gate.


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