Flaminian-way



[fluh-min-ee-uh n] /fləˈmɪn i ən/

noun
1.
an ancient Roman road extending N from Rome to what is now Rimini. 215 miles (345 km) long.
/fləˈmɪnɪən/
noun
1.
an ancient road in Italy, extending north from Rome to Rimini: constructed in 220 bc by Gaius Flaminius. Length: over 322 km (200 miles) Latin name Via Flaminia

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