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... years old to the Roman forum. Our tour guide reminded us that "traveling through Rome is like traveling through the centuries." Rome was built in layers over these centuries. The Roman Forum actually became a cow pasture until it began to be excavated on the 1780s. In the Forum, we saw the place where Caesar's body was cremated. During this riot, the Romans also burned anything that they could find that was wood. From this location, we could also see ...
... of Piazza San Pietro used to be at the center of the circus. It was moved to its current location in 1586 and remains here as a “witness” to Peter’s martyrdom. Peter famously requested to be crucified upside down, since he thought he didn’t deserve dying in the same manner as Jesus. Traditionally, it is believed that his body was buried just outside the circus, where a Roman cemetery stood. His grave is said to have been ...
... hear the guide during the tour. We start walking our way to the entrance around the block - and wholly **** this place already has a line about 1km around the outside, and it's only 9.15am!!! We are part of the skip the line group so we walk past all the plebs in the que haha all the way to the entrance where we just stroll on in...so worth the extra money just for that hahahaha!!!!! After climbing lots of escalators, steps and walking down corridors...we finally arrive inside ...
... enough to take some pics at least.
First you see if you come to Foro Romano from the Colosseo entrance, is Arco di Tito, quite a big one.
Then we turned left to Palatino, and after listening a big argue in German from a woman to her son (only Angela would sound more terrible in German) we reached the Palatino, the former Roman Emperors house. Looks like it was connected to Colosseo so that they ...
... or Coliseum is an elliptical amphitheater in the center of the city of Rome, Italy. Built of concrete and stone, it was the largest amphitheater of the Roman Empire, and is considered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and engineering. It is the largest amphitheater in the world.
The Pantheon. Another must see on anybody's list. My favorite site in Rome. The building is circular with a portico of large ...