It is a Roman triumphal segment in Rome, Italy, that remembers Roman ruler Trajan's triumph in the Dacian Wars. It was most likely built under the supervision of the engineer Apollodorus of Damascus at the request of the Roman Senate. It is situated in Trajan's Forum, worked close to the Quirinal Hill, north of the Roman Forum.
Finished in AD 113, the unsupported section is most popular for its winding as help, which masterfully depicts the epic wars between the Romans and Dacians. Its outline has propelled ious triumph segments, both antiquated and modern.The structure is around 30 meters 98 feet in stature, 35 meters 115 feet including its expansive platform.
The pole is produced using a progression of 20 huge Carrara marblea drums, each weighing around 32 tons, with a breadth of 3.7 meters 12.1 feet.