Let’s admire the Arch of Germanicus in this original work of Lotza which marked the main entrance to the Roman city in front of the bridge crossing the Charente. Its two arches corresponded to the two directions of traffic at the time. Dedicated to the emperor Tiberius to Drusus and Germanicus, it is 15.9m long and 15m high. It is one of the best preserved Roman vestiges of the city of Saintes.
You will find below a situation to better see the postcard.
The postcard is sent in a bubble envelope.