Via di Porta Pinciana, Rome
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Via di Porta Pinciana follows the first part of the tract of ancient Via Salaria vetus. In the middle of the Via is an interesting group of ancient constructions, as well as the secondary entrance to Villa Medici and an entrance to Villa Malta. Porta Pinciana (Pincian Gate) is seen from Via di Porta Pinciana.
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Via di Porta Pinciana
Largo Federico Fellini, Junction Via Vittorio Veneto and Corso d'Italia, Villa Borghese
00187, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Quartiere Pinciano (Roma centro)
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