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Arco di Malborghetto

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Louis A wrote a review Apr 2019
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The Arch of Malborghetto has recently been recognized as a commemorative arch built by the Emperor Constantine about 315 AD on the location of his final campsite prior to his defeat of the usurper emperor Maxentius at the Battle of the Milvian Bridge in late October, 312 AD. The monument is a quadrifrons arch, that is, a four-sided arch located at a significant road intersection. It is also believed that the arch was built here, instead of at the site of his extraordinary victory, because this was the location where Constantine saw the vision of the cross of light in the sky that inspired him to accept the Christian God as his patron deity. The site is about 20 km outside of the city of Rome and is fairly difficult to get to unless you drive by car. However, the Rome Metro system does offer limited service to the Arch of Malborghetto. From the Flaminio station of Metro Line A walk to the Flaminio station of the Rome-Viterbo railway. The Rome-Viterbo line travels to the Sacrofano station that is about 200 meters from the Arch of Malborghetto and it's museum. Be sure to confirm the opening hours of the museum as well as the return times of the Rome-Viterbo train back to the Flaminio station.
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