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Fori Imperiali in Rome  

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Via dei Fori Imperiali, Roma


They represent one of the most important tourist attractions of the capital and throughout the world. They were, in ancient Imperial Rome, the main place of public and private life. Thanks to be able to visit them you can go back in time with the most glorious of Caput Mundi.
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The Imperial Forums are a series of public squares and buildings in Rome.Built between 46 BC and 113 AD and initiated by Julius Caesar, the construction of the Imperial Forums was an answer to the existing buildings of Roman Forum... more as the squares of Imperial Forums were more impressive and bolder as well. For a long period, they were the centre of the economic and cultural life. Visitors get to see the various forums adorning the area like the Forum of Caesar, Forum of Augustus, Forum of Nerva and Forum of Trajan. Consisting of a Temple of Venus and a statue of Caesar riding a horse, the Forum of Caesar was the first Imperial Forum to be built. Situated perpendicular to the Forum of Caesar, the Forum of Augustus had a temple dedicated to Mars. The Forum of Trajan is the largest and greatest of all forums.Web Site: http://www.capitolium.org/english.htm
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The Roman Forum is sometimes known by its original Latin name, and is situated between the Capitoline hill and the Palatine hill in Rome. This is also the central area around which the ancient Roman civilization developed. The locals refer... more to this location as the “Forum Magnum”. This site was the economical and the political center of Rome during the Republic.
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