Acrylic Fridge Magnet showing Arch of Constantine in Rome
The spectacular Arch of Constantine constructed in Rome, Italy is exhibited on this acrylic fridge magnet. It is a nice memento of this gorgeous structure. Arch of Constantine is a twenty one meter tall arch that stands next to the Colosseum in Rome. This arch was awarded to Constantine by the Senate of Rome to honor his victory at the Battle of Milvian Bridge. Bas-reliefs and statues adorn this arch making this structure one of the eminent tourist spots in Rome.
Description of Arch of Constantine
Arch of Constantine is a 21 meter high structure having a width of 25.9 meters and it is almost 7.4 meters deep. It has three archways; the one in the center is around 11.5 meters tall with a width of 6.5 meters; while the lateral ones measure 7.4 meter by 3.4 meter each. The top of this arch is made of bricks and marble and is known as "attic." Arch of Constantine is adorned with imagery depicting Constantine's battles. This arch was also used in a family stronghold of ancient Rome; it has also been used as the finishing line for the marathon event in the 1960 Summer Olympics.
Positive Feedbacks of Tourists Visiting Constantine's Arch
Arch of Constantine is one of the central highlights of Rome and tourists absolutely love visiting it and viewing it minutely. It is a fantastic tourist spot for students of architecture, design, history, and ancient languages as Constantine's Arch has a uniquely interesting architecture, spectacular design, exciting history attached to it; and inscriptions written on it in the ancient language. Almost every tourist who has visited has given a positive feedback about it.