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The Alpes Trophy, the only remaining example of such triumphal architecture, was erected in the 1st century BC to honour Augustus Caesar’s victories against the tribes of the Alpes. This structure has been restored thanks to an American patron and...more
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As a fan of ancient history, I was interested in seeing this site. There’s a little museum here as well with shorter hours than the ruins site. It’s was difficult for my mobility impaired mother, but it is doable.
These stunning place was located at rocky cliff on the mountain. It's located between Eze to Nice drive way as well. It was an ancient Roman building at strategic mountain. It's fantastic view to Monaco harbor, Nice and Mediterranean sea area. Traditional village next to...More
I love to visit monuments and ruins when on vacation- so I convinced the family to stop in to see the Trophiee d'Auguste. First of all, Turbie is a wonderful village perched atop a mountain overlooking Monaco and the Mediterranean, secondly, the monument is very...More
The monument was "rebuilt" around 100 years ago. Nevertheless, it's still impressive. You can climb up to a viewing platform at the base of the Doric columns (stairs could be quite steep for someone with mobility difficulties). The views of the surrounding area (especially the...More
If you plan to see the Trophee d'Auguste as it has been pictured in the leaflet, forget it. You can see the monument only from the bottom or climbing it. The picture has been taken from the church tower bell in the town centre. The...More