Category: Rome

Imperial fora

The Imperial Fora were a series of monumental squares adjacent to the Roman Forum, built during the first century by Julius Caesar and by the emperors Augustus, Trajan and Nerva….

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Piazza di Spagna

Piazza di Spagna is one of the most famous squares in Rome and its name derives from the presence of the Spanish Embassy since the 17th century. In this square there are…

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Sant’Angelo Castel

The works for the construction of what was originally the Mausoleum of Hadrian began around 130 AD and ended in 138, a year after his death. The Emperor Hadrian did not choose the place bychance: the Roman Emperor…

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Forum Boarium and Mouth of Truth

Foro Boario was a sacred and commercial area located along the left bank of the Tiber River and took its name from the cattle market that was held there in Ancient Rome. In modern Rome it corresponds to…

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