The Triumphal Arch stands on the old Via Agrippa but nothing of this remains. We visited on a beautiful day which shows the Arch at its best, set amongst trees. The facade remains very ornate, although there is some weathering, to be expected after 2000 years. The underside of the three arches are the best preserved with all the carving remaining intact. The Arch seems oddly out of place as a part of the Roman Empire but links to he Theâtre Antique and to other imperial remnants in France, especially the South. It is well worth a visit.
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