The Arc de Triomphe of Galianus was built in memory of Emperor Galianus on the walls of ancient Seville in Rome. Depending on St. Vito's Church, near Vitorio & Emmanuel Square, there is also a wonderful fountain beside the church. The monument is the rest of the three-lane arc.
It seems that it was supposed to be for Galianus. There are many triumphs in Italy.
Another Arc de Triomphe, though less famous than Paris
I saw several Arc de Triomphe doors. The sculptures on the doors were exquisite.
If slightly neglected, I still think that this triumphal arch is the entrance of a street. There are not too many decorative doors, no matter the color or the appearance of stones, which are perfectly integrated with the surrounding ordinary architectural environment and become the landmark buildings of the ancient city.
Arch of Gallienus. Galianus personally designed and rebuilt the Arc de Triomphe dining chair. The main difference between it and other triumphal doors is that - "the parapet has no inscription, the base and the front of the parapet are simple, and there is no relief.
A small triumphal arch was built for the return of the warriors.