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Arco di Portogallo

the Arch of Portugal . About half of today's Via del Corso (once known as Via Lata ) , at the intersection with Via della Vite , until the middle of the seventeenth century a large arch from the Roman period spanned the road , joining the two buildings on opposite sides of the road . Originally it consisted of a single arch , with a pair of columns on each side , in the midst of the latter hung a panel in relief. The whole thing was then topped by a cornice with a frieze of garlands .
Apparently, the structure was decorated only on the side facing north , all the existing graphical representations will portray the same facade.
The bow was said to Portugal because the building that was leaning on the left side ( east ) of the road, Palazzo Fiano , it was the Portuguese ambassador's residence in Rome .

About half of today's Via del Corso (once known as Via Lata ) , at the intersection with Via della Vite , until the middle of the seventeenth century a large arch from the Roman period spanned the road , joining the two buildings on opposite sides of the road . Originally it consisted of a single arch , with a pair of columns on each side , in the midst of the latter hung a panel in relief. The whole thing was then topped by a cornice with a frieze of garlands .

It was originally dedicated to Marcus Aurelius. Some argued that originally could have been a branch of the arch of the aqueduct , and in particular what the Aqua Virgo led the Pincio hill at the Baths of Nero in the Campus Martius . To support this hypothesis in part , in the prints of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries that the show still in place, you can see two fountains at the base of the type " trough ", which certainly would have been powered by the same aqueduct. However, the recent (2012) discovery of residues arches of the Aqua Virgo at the Rinascente building , on the corner of Via del Corso Largo Chigi , definitively refutes this interpretation.
Moreover, it is also uncertain dating arc: is the most accepted hypothesis of the construction took place in the second century , probably built using parts from other buildings. In fact, surveys appeared a subject oldest , the emperor Hadrian (117-138 ) and his wife Sabina . This meant that since the Middle Ages the Arch of Portugal was called Hadrian's Arch , even though there were other names , including Arc of San Lorenzo in Lucina

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Curious and Unusual . the Arch of Portugal . About half of today's Via del Corso (once known as Via Lata ) , at the intersection with Via della Vite , until the middle of the seventeenth century a large arch from the Roman period spanned the road , joining the two buildings on opposite sides of the road . Originally it consisted of a single arch , with a pair of columns on each side , in the midst of the latter hung a panel in relief. The whole thing was then topped by a cornice with a frieze of garlands .
Apparently, the structure was decorated only on the side facing north , all the existing graphical representations will portray the same facade.
The bow was said to Portugal because the building that was leaning on the left side ( east ) of the road, Palazzo Fiano , it was the Portuguese ambassador's residence in Rome .

About half of today's Via del Corso (once known as Via Lata ) , at the intersection with Via della Vite , until the middle of the seventeenth century a large arch from the Roman period spanned the road , joining the two buildings on opposite sides of the road . Originally it consisted of a single arch , with a pair of columns on each side , in the midst of the latter hung a panel in relief. The whole thing was then topped by a cornice with a frieze of garlands .

It was originally dedicated to Marcus Aurelius. Some argued that originally could have been a branch of the arch of the aqueduct , and in particular what the Aqua Virgo led the Pincio hill at the Baths of Nero in the Campus Martius . To support this hypothesis in part , in the prints of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries that the show still in place, you can see two fountains at the base of the type " trough ", which certainly would have been powered by the same aqueduct. However, the recent (2012) discovery of residues arches of the Aqua Virgo at the Rinascente building , on the corner of Via del Corso Largo Chigi , definitively refutes this interpretation.
Moreover, it is also uncertain dating arc: is the most accepted hypothesis of the construction took place in the second century , probably built using parts from other buildings. In fact, surveys appeared a subject oldest , the emperor Hadrian (117-138 ) and his wife Sabina . This meant that since the Middle Ages the Arch of Portugal was called Hadrian's Arch , even though there were other names , including Arc of San Lorenzo in Lucina (the largest church in the district , located in the nearby square ) , Arc Tropholi , with reference to win some trophies , Arch of Tripoli , probably inspired by the three cities ( polis in greek tri ) for some reason , or even Tres Faciclas or Facicelas ( obscure meaning ) . Around a half of the eleventh century arch was destroyed : this resulted in the loss column of the same side and a part of the frieze , but not prominent . The missing portion was rebuilt , and some time later there were also built upon some circles, perhaps an entire home . It was demolished by Alexander VII in 1665 , on the wall of the Palazzo Fiano was a plaque in memory of the arc at the point where it stood. Its removal, as well as other work in the years that followed, aimed at improving the viability of the road. In fact, during the Carnival in Via del Corso took place in the famous Running of the Barberi , for which the arc was to be without a doubt a dangerous bottleneck .
The only part that survived was the panel, which was transferred to the Palace of the Conservators (now the Capitoline Museum ), where it is still located . The surviving panel depicts the emperor Hadrian , and in the upper part, the apotheosis of his wife Sabina. ( m.136 or 137) , carried into the sky by a winged female Genius.

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Lorenzo in Lucina (the largest church in the district , located in the nearby square ) , Arc Tropholi , with reference to win some trophies , Arch of Tripoli , probably inspired by the three cities ( polis in greek tri ) for some reason , or even Tres Faciclas or Facicelas ( obscure meaning ) . Around a half of the eleventh century arch was destroyed : this resulted in the loss column of the same side and a part of the frieze , but not prominent . The missing portion was rebuilt , and some time later there were also built upon some circles, perhaps an entire home . It was demolished by Alexander VII in 1665 , on the wall of the Palazzo Fiano was a plaque in memory of the arc at the point where it stood. Its removal, as well as other work in the years that followed, aimed at improving the viability of the road. In fact, during the Carnival in Via del Corso took place in the famous Running of the Barberi , for which the arc was to be without a doubt a dangerous bottleneck .
The only part that survived was the panel, which was transferred to the Palace of the Conservators (now the Capitoline Museum ), where it is still located . The surviving panel depicts the emperor Hadrian , and in the upper part, the apotheosis of his wife Sabina. ( m.136 or 137) , carried into the sky by a winged female Genius.

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