A Road Leading To Rome

The Appian Way construction was begun in 312 B.C. by the Censor Appius Claudius Caecus who built 132 miles from Rome to Capua (South Italy). The road was completed in 191 B.C. ending at the port city of Brundisium (modern Brindisi), important for travel to Greece. Soldiers, merchants, slaves, citizens and foreigners, among them Jews and first Christians, Saint Peter and Saint Paul, all came to Rome from South going along the Appian Way.

Shooting along the Appian Way, the Aurelian Walls through the Catacombs of Saint Calixtus and/or Saint Sebastian areas and Quo Vadis Church.
Please note that shooting inside catacombs is not allowed.