Via Leoni, at the corner with the street “Via Amanti” - 37100 Verona (VR)
The gate “Porta Leoni” was one of the main accesses to Roman Verona, at the southern end of “kardo maximus”. It was built in the I century B.C. and renovated in the I century A.D.
History of research
The remains of the gate “Porta Leoni” have always been partially visible, but for some parts they were brought to light thanks to the restoration works in 1958-1959. The excavation of the gate (one of the first urban excavations in the city) and its monumentalization in the middle of the street “via Leoni” were carried out between 1974 and 1981. These researches allowed to understand the plan and the elevation of this structure.
I century B.C. (mid) - I century A.D.
Visitability: Esterno; Ticket: No;
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Recommended tour time (minutes): 40
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