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Roman Forum
600 AD
12 €
Average visit time
90 minutes
Via dei Fori Imperiali, 00186 Rome RM
Hours of operation
9.00am-one hour before sunset
Phone: 06661342000


The Roman Forum was the old centre of ancient Rome where, from the Vth century BC to Vth century AC, the most important monuments were built. The Roman Forum is located between Palatine and Capitoline Hill. Today the ruins are separated by Via dei Fori Imperiali, a major road built by Mussolini which divides the archaeological area in two parts. The entire area of the Roman Forum is one of the biggest archeological sites in the world containing temples, buildings and monuments from the Republican era until today. Inside the Roman Forum you can admire the Arch of Settimio Severo, the Temple of Saturno, the Vestali's house, the Mamertine Prison, the Temple of Antonino and Faustina and the Arch of Tito. One of the best experiences you can have in your life is walking through this area.


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Inserted by giampale74

2/17/2012 15:14
Walking about Roman Forum you forget the time.

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