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What a strange place to find this survivor of Brindisi's buoyant past... wonderful view out to sea from here too...
Don't miss it if you are here.... the end of Via Appia ... history ... Romans .... culture
Big columns at the end of the Via Apia, one of the most important routes of the Roman empire. In the same square there is the house where lived and died the Eneide's writer. Great views of the harbour.
I knew that via Appia terminated in Brindisi, but I did not know that it was ending that way! This complex is related to the aqueduct and the archaeological site in the centre and is worth consideration of what Virgil could have seen from his...More