Arch of the Sergii

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Arch of the Sergii is an Ancient Roman triumphal arch situated in Pula, Croatia. The arch is thought to have been built around 27-29BC to commemorate the three brothers of the Sergii family but specifically Lucius Sergius Lepidus who was a tribune that fought in the victory at the Battle of Actium. The Corinthian columned arch was originally a city gate, it is now maintained for historical purposes and is popular with sightseers.

Getting there

The arch is situated at the entrance to the Old Town area of Pula. The best option for getting to this sight is on foot, this is made possible due to the small size of Pula. Alternatively, the best option is a taxi.

Opening Times and Admission

The arch is situated in a public area. It is free to visit at any time of the day.

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  • Flanatička ul. 2, 52100, Pula, Croatia
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