DIP - Italy: History and Tourism (2012 -) (14/74)

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Spoleto – The ancient Porta Fuga (the door of the escape), of the XIII siècle, with a marbre lion and a man. It is named after the opposition that the people of Spoleto made to the troops of Annibale during the second Punic War.  It divides the hamlet of Saint Gregorio from the center of the old town. Digitally Improved Photo.
Spoleto – The ancient Porta Fuga (the door of the escape), of the XIII siècle, with a marbre lion and a man. It is named after the opposition that the people of Spoleto made to the troops of Annibale during the second Punic War. It divides the hamlet of Saint Gregorio from the center of the old town. Digitally Improved Photo.
Filename: DIP - Spoleto - The ancient Porta Fuga (02809a).JPG
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Date: 20 Aug 2013
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