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At the end of the Republican Age the old Roman Forum proved to be too cramped to efficiently serve as the city’s administrative and monumental centre, to be the very hub of public life. Place Managed by the Rome's Tourism Dept. in collaboration with //Avanti Concept Agency
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Megh
Megh
December 7, 2019
The Roman Forum At the time of the Ancient Romans here there were the market and the tribunal. Also, politicians used to gather here.
Cecilia
Cecilia
February 1, 2020
Pro Tip: If possible, come here early in the morning or later. Around lunchtime, it can get SUPER hot and there is no cover! Absolutely worth checking it out ground level. €12, Under 18 is free. Includes entrance to the Colosseum as well. Add €2 if you call or buy online. Opens everyday at 8:30am,…
Mirco
Mirco
February 4, 2020
The Roman Forum was the pulsing heart of Rome, the city’s main piazza where citizens of every social level met to exchange opinions, do business, buy in the markets and renew their strength over a tasty dish and a cup of good wine. An enormous crowd gathered there every day. Walking through the…
Manuel
Manuel
November 6, 2019
The Roman Forum (Italian, Foro Romano) If stones could talk: these hallowed ruins were the most powerful seat of government in the world.
Silvia
Silvia
March 5, 2020
Entering the huge archeological site of the Roman Forum and strolling through the ruins, you can almost imagine the citizens of Ancient Rome. Of course, it helps to have a guide who can bring the stories to life. The site dates back to around 500 B.C. but was later enlarged. In fact, you’ll see…
Alessandro
Alessandro
December 15, 2019
The Roman Forum (Forum Romanum) and the Palatine Hill are located in the same archaeological area and count as one admission. The Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill are adjacent to each other and you can walk freely between the two. Both the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill have separate entrances. …

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