New innovative and sustainable lighting for the Arch of Constantine

The Arch of Constantine also now has a new, more sustainable, state-of-the-art LED lighting system.

After the Pantheon, new artistic lighting for theArch of Constantine. It was unveiled last night by Rome Mayor Virginia Raggi, in the presence of Colosseum Archaeological Park Director Alfonsina Russo and Foreign Press Association President Trisha Thomas.

Again, the new lighting is due to the collaboration between Acea and Roma Capitale. “Starting tonight we are also enveloping the Arch of Constantine with renewed light, further enhancing its majesty and beauty. The intervention is the result of the teamwork done with Acea and the Colosseum Archaeological Park with the aim of enhancing more and more the monumental heritage of the Capital through the implementation of artistic lighting projects. We are also launching in this way, through light, a message of hope in this phase of restart,” Raggi commented.

“Our journey to enhance the historic and artistic sites of the Capital is enriched today by a new lighting,” added Giuseppe Gola, Acea’s CEO, "which enhances the beauty of one of the city’s most significant monuments through low energy impact lighting. We are honored to contribute with our work to enhance the cultural heritage of Rome through the use of lighting with LED technology that ensures excellent color rendering and a significant reduction in energy consumption, while the latest generation projectors, increase the precision of the optics enhancing the architectural features of the monument.

As with the Pantheon’s new lighting system, that of the Arch of Constantine is also based on the latest generation of LED lights for an innovative and sustainable system.

The inauguration of the new lighting was preceded by a dance performance by the Corps de Ballet of the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma directed by Eleonora Abbagnato and the Roma Capitale Local Police Band.

New innovative and sustainable lighting for the Arch of Constantine
New innovative and sustainable lighting for the Arch of Constantine

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