Porta Maggiore (Larger Gate)
Located at the convergence of eight aqueducts that brought water to Imperial Rome, is one of the gates of the Aurelian Walls. Emergent structure in a strategic location in the city, Porta Maggiore deserves to be visited by those who go to visit the Eternal City: it is found in its vicinity numerous ancient relics as small memorials, columbaria, and underground, in particular, a randomly discovered underground basilica in 1917. Placed outside the door, well worth visiting the tomb of Eurisace, also called Panarium, a monumental tomb of a Roman baker and his wife.
With a huge arc two arches and pillars that have openings and niches framed by Corinthian half-columns, Porta Maggiore is a must for lovers of art, history and culture.