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Torre Selce, VII mile of the Appian Way, Rome, Italy.

Torre Selce, VII mile of the Appian Way, Rome, Italy. Front view facing the Appian Way at sunset.

This XIIth century tower is named after the selci (flints) which were used to build it; it stands above a mound which hides an ancient tomb. It was decorated with fragments of marble and travertine.

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Torre Selce, VII mile of the Appian Way, Rome, Italy. Front view facing the Appian Way at sunset.<br />
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This XIIth century tower is named after the selci (flints) which were used to build it; it stands above a mound which hides an ancient tomb. It was decorated with fragments of marble and travertine.