Situated between the Capitol and Palatine Hill, the Roman Forum is one of world’s most significant archaeological sites.
Three thousand years ago, this place was a busy square and the heart of urban Rome, and was used for commercial, political, and judicial purposes. Today, you can still see the ruins of many excellently preserved ancient temples and structures like the Arch of Titus, the Temple of Romulus, and what remains of the Temple of Saturn. Find your way up to the terraces of Campidoglio, and you will have the best panoramic view of the Roman Forum available.
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