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Colosseum tickets Skip the Line – What you need to know ?

Like for every major attraction in Rome you have to ask yourself : do you need skip the line tickets for Colosseum ? The Colosseum is known worldwide as one of the world’s most impressive ancient sites, which means it can get pretty busy, especially outside at the ticket counters, so why not consider getting [...]

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Colosseum tours: all you need to known about Colosseum guided tours

You are considering some Colosseum tours but you are not sure it is worth it ? Let's break it down. The Colosseum is the Roman emblem of strength and victory, standing tall and proud, even after 2000 years have gone by, in the very heart of Rome. The amphitheatre has lived through different eras, and [...]

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How to visit Circus Maximus ? Tickets, Tours and Facts

For anyone who’s interested in ancient Roman history, Rome’s Circus Maximus is a must-visit attraction. The ruins of this ancient stadium are an architectural and historical point of interest, and with a little imagination, you’ll be thrown back in time to the 6th century. Here’s some more information about how to best plan your visit [...]

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How to visit Roman Forum ? Skip the line Tickets, Hours and Entrance Location

Wondering if you need tickets for the Roman Forum? Visiting the Roman Forum is a must if you’re visiting Rome’s historic centre, but it’s one of the most popular tourist sites in Rome, which means it can get pretty busy. The last thing you want is to spend any longer than necessary queueing for Roman [...]

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The Domus Aurea Rome: All about astonishing Nero’s palace

You want to know more about Domus Aurea ? In 64 AD, Rome suffered a great fire. It was the summer, and the blaze lasted for nearly 10 days. It is estimated that over 66% of the city was destroyed. As the majority of Rome’s buildings were wooden framed, only 4 districts escaped devastation. Rumours [...]

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The Curia Julia: All about Ancient Roman Senate Building

The Curia Julia is one of the oldest senates, or “senate houses'' - known as a Curia in ancient Rome. It is the third such construction of a senate, commissioned by Julius Caesar in 44BC. It replaced the second senate - the Curia Cornelia - and construction was completed after Julius Caesar was killed. It [...]

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Visit Black Stone Forum Rome: The Lapis Niger

In Ancient Rome, the open air meeting space was known as the Comitium. Here, voting was done and assemblies met to discuss the business of the day. This was the place where decisions were made! The Lapis Niger was a shrine within the Comitium. It is one of the only surviving parts of the structure, [...]

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Basilica of Maxentius in Rome

Basilica of Maxentius in Rome: Tickets, History & Reconstruction

The Roman Forum’s largest building was the Maxentius Basilica. Located along the Via Sacra - the main thoroughfare of the Roman Forum - the building turned heads. Its design and features became the base for painters, designers, architects and builders for centuries after its construction in 312 AD. The Maxentius Basilica ancient Rome was the [...]

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Temple of Vesta Inside Look, Location & History Facts

Vesta was goddess of the home and family, and the Temple of Vesta, Tivoli, was a structure honoring her. Amongst the greek inspired columns, the sacred fire of Vesta burned. It’s noted for its unique circular shape and can be found within the confines of the Roman Forum. Read on to find out more about [...]

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Roman Arch of Titus

Roman Arch of Titus Tour, Architecture & Ticket Information

It’s not the Arc de Triomphe. But it does kinda look like it to the untrained eye. The Arch of Titus was built in the first century AD and is dedicated to Titus. The brother of Domitian, Titus received the Arch posthumously in recognition of his wins in battle. In 71AD a military campaign sacked [...]

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