Author: Thomas Dowson

Rome’s Arch of Janus Re-Opens 13 November 2021

Rome’s Arch of Janus is a quadrifons arch on the edge of what was the Forum Boarium, opposite the church of San Giorgio in Velabro. Little is known about this four-sided, four-arched structure, thought to have been built in the 4th century AD. Since 1993 the arch has been inaccessible, surrounded by a fence. Following excavations and a high profile restoration programme, from mid November 2021 this enigmatic monument will once again be open to visitors.

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Things to See and Do in Salisbury with 500,000 Years of History

From the Salisbury Cathedral to Stonehenge. From the ruins of the medieval settlement at Old Sarum to one of the finest local history museums in England. Salisbury has 500,000 years of history for visitors to see and explore. Whether you are looking for things to do in Salisbury for a day or thinking about spending a few nights, this list gives you a good idea of all that is on offer in and around this heritage city.

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Knossos Palace

Knossos Palace Knossos Palace is one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece, and the...

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