It was brought by a friend, and it feels like a castle. There are masonry houses everywhere, some greenery, and some trees are very beautifully trimmed. Some things should be of great historical memorial value.
The Saint Sebastian Gate is undoubtedly the largest and most intact military installation within the defense wall. The original name is Apia. The original structure dates back to 275 AD. An open gate covered by two fortresses, and a museum with Roman walls inside, illustrates the history of Roman defense structures.
Visiting this castle, you can see two towers from a distance, and you can wander freely in the castle. You can find that this magnificent building is large in scale, and there is also a grassland. scene.
This ancient Roman gate is the starting point of Via Appia Antica. It's good to start walking on the ancient roman street called "Regina Viarum" (queen of the streets), but please do not forget to visti the "Museo delle Mura", just insiede the gate. You'll be able to enter the gate and to walk on the roman walls built by Emperor Aureliano in 250 a.d.
Introduction to the Gate of San Sebastiano: Porta San Sebastiano (Porta San Sebastiano) is also a gate on the wall of Aurelian in Rome, called the Appian Gate and the Appian Way in ancient times. The city gate is a brick structure with two towers, and the Roman Wall Museum is upstairs.