Arco dei Gavi

Category

Monuments

Period

Roman

Area

Verona

Presentation

Built in the 1st century A.D. in honour of one of the most important Roman families in Verona, the gens Gavia, the Gavi Arch is one of the surviving examples of honorary monuments, made of stone blocks. Originally built on the Via Postumia, it was demolished during the Napoleonic occupation and rebuilt, with its authentic stone blocks, in 1932 on one side of Corso Cavour.

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