Via Casilina

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The Via Casilina was an ancient Roman road in Latium.

It was created from the fusion of two other ancient Roman roads, the Via Latina and the Via Labicana. It connected Rome to ancient Casilinum (today Capua near Naples). It entered Rome in Porta Maggiore, the most monumental gate of the Aurelian walls.