The Triumphal Arch of Trajan of Benevento, located at the entrance of the small Italian city of Benevento, is an ancient Roman-style triumphal arch with a long history. Despite the vicissitudes of life, it is still well preserved and is also a local landmark.
Built to celebrate the Abia Trail, the Triumphal Arch of Tito in the Roman Forum is the original version, along the slope of the road is Via Garibaldi
A great triumph arch, with lots of carved scenes that are well preserved. This is a good entrance for the historic town.
While not a knockout, this is a nice monument to see. It's not hard to find. It is surrounded by traffic on the front with some buildings on the back side. But if you are patient, you can get an un...
Benevento is a beautiful city with a lot of great things to see, this being one of them. Take time to walk around!
Visit only if you happen to be in vicinity. It’s attractive but not enough to travel to Benevento specially for it.
Apparently the city here was leveled in the 1700’s by an earthquake but this Roman Arch didn’t budge. And whoever built it would be amazed to see skateboarding happen around its base.