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The Romans Ruins in Aosta

Also defined as "The Rome of the Alps", Augusta Praetoria was a strategic city for the Romans, due to fact it was a mandatory pass to reach the Gaul. Thanks to the beauty and the majesty of its ruins it is still possible to understand the relevance Aosta had for the Roman Empire. Still visible is the August's Arch, the Praetorian Doors, the amphitheatre and the cryptoporticus. This is a 2000 year-old city surrounded by a frame of 4000 m high mountains.

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