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The Capuana Gate dates from the beginning of the imperial era and is the only Romana work still intact. Originally the Roman town had four doors, but two no longer exist, and the third is just a pile of stones in a heap after the collapse.

Under the door is also visible another stretch of the ancient Via Latina, which a little later joined with the Via Appia and that led to Brindisi.

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