At the Heidentor, Austria’s best-known Roman monument and landmark, there’s a line diagram of the triumphal arch etched onto a sheet of perspex, allowing visitors to stand in front of the monument as it looked like when it was built in the 350s AD

The Heidentor, also known as Heathens’ Gate or Pagans’ Gate, is the partially reconstructed ruin of a triumphal arch of the Roman Empire, located in what was the fort-city of Carnuntum, in present-day Austria. Originally tetrapylon in form, only one of its four arches remains.




Photos by Vasi Múzeumbarát Egylet.

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