At Torino (Turin) I saw one of world’s oldest conserved Roman gates. Porta Palatina, the Roman entrance to the city is a part of the remains of the city of Augusta Taurinorum, founded by Romans in 28 B.C. The polygonal towers are later additions to the original structure. The merlons atop the right tower are from 1404.
The statues of Julius Caesar and Augustus Caesar look majestic.