The first excavations carried out by the Superintendence for the recovery of the Roman amphitheatre in Ancona (built between the end of the 1st century BC and early 1st c. CE) date back to the years ' 30; a particular impetus came with the post-interventions earthquake of 1972. Today, although the works are finally nearing completion, the appearance of the amphitheater is to a building site in progress: this is due to historical stratification of the urban area, where you are under more recent constructions (St. Gregory's Church, convent of St. Bartholomew), but now they, too, with historical
Attributed to the architect Apollodorus of Damascus, which was erected in a.d. 115 on the Pier that the Emperor wanted to protect the port, since Roman times, one of the symbols of the city and its opening towards the countries of the Eastern Mediterranean.
The Church of the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral town of Ancona was until 1986. The current building is from 1538 and the current sober sixteenth-century façade is the only remnant of the primitive Temple. The Interior is Baroque style
The Church of San Domenico in Ancona is located in Piazza del Papa, main square of St. Peter Ward and one of the four central squares of the city. Façade is one of the two short sides of the square, at the top of a staircase.
The church stands at the top of a staircase in Piazza San Francesco. Founded by the Franciscans and August 14, 1323 by Bishop Nicholas of the Hungarians. Characteristic Gothic portal sculpture fifteenth-century Venetian architect and Dalmatian sculptor Giorgio da Sebenico
The ancient Cathedral of San Ciriaco. Soaring on the Summit of the promontory, is a symbol of the city; in Romanesque, Byzantine decoration in a Greek cross plan and overlooks the sea on three sides and has a website featuring two lions, which are among the symbols of Ancona.
Monument to the fallen, al Passetto (Guido Cirilli, 1932), relatively modern construction, yet became one of the symbols of the city, for its location high over the sea and energy expressed by its forms serenely.