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Why the lonely portal

Walking from Foligno Train Station we came upon a lonely ancient gate situated beside a busy road... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2018
kpiddy
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Brisbane, Australia
The "Welcome"-sign of Foligno.

The "Welcome"-sign of Foligno. Where a pilgrim may rest and have a shelter for the rain. Even as he... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
fvanhulsen
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Egmond-Binnen, The Netherlands
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9 Jun 2018
“Why the lonely portal”
7 Sep 2017
“The "Welcome"-sign of Foligno.”
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Reviewed 10 June 2018

Walking from Foligno Train Station we came upon a lonely ancient gate situated beside a busy road. Porta San Felicianetto centuries ago was a gate in the city walls and was named after San Feliciano, martyr, Bishop and protector of Foligno from the second century,...More

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Reviewed 7 September 2017

The "Welcome"-sign of Foligno. Where a pilgrim may rest and have a shelter for the rain. Even as he has to run to the railwaystation.

Thank fvanhulsen
Reviewed 27 September 2016

Its an Arch that delimits the city center from the road. Although I can't remember the year of construction it was built at the same time of the external walls which are behind the two banks in each side. Loved the medieval entrance

1  Thank Usui H
Reviewed 15 July 2015

This is a part of Foligno where there is always almost an accident. There is just too much traffic around this nice little gateway to the town.

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Reviewed 9 January 2015

Lonely, but still magnificent, the ancient arch puts to shame the modern concrete blocks behind, and looks likely to outlast the lot. Try to see it outside rush hour.

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