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Berà Arch

© Manel R. Granell

This triumphal arch is located 20 km outside Tarragona along the Via Augusta, near the town of Roda de Berà on the eastern border of the Camp de Tarragona region. It is a simple arch, made from large ashlars, decorated with false fluted pilasters and crowned with Corinthian capitals that hold the entablature. It was built in the late 1st century B.C. by testamentary order of L. Licinius Sura, which we know from the partially conserved inscription still visible on the arch itself.

Outdoor monument.

N-340, Roda de Berà (20 Km)
Coordinates: 
41.173283000000, 1.469153000000
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