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Attractions in Rome

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Rome. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Rome and the surrounding area.

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V. Sacra - Foro Romano MAP
The ancient Roman Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, located in the Roman Forum, was dedicated to Antoninus and Faustina in 161 AD. Late converted to a Roman Catholic Church, a large portion of the temple still stands today and is open to the public on...MORE INFO
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The Domus Aurea villa was built by Nero in between the Esquilline Hill and Palatine Hill in 64 AD after a fire cleared the area of other homes and buildings. Nero’s supposed arrogance is seen in the decoration and architecture of the villa. Mosaics,...MORE INFO
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The largest of the Roman temples, the Temple of Venus and of Rome is located on the eastern side of the Roman Forum. This great temple had grand columns across the façade and was constructed where the Domus Aura once stood. Built in 141, the temple is...MORE INFO
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Located in the Roman Forum, the great Column of Phocas was built in honor the Byzantine emperor Phocas, though the reason why remains unknown. Phocas was a usurper without much power who was assassinated and dismembered. The column was the last thing...MORE INFO
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In the Roman Forum, the Temple of Vespasian and Titus was built by Vespasian and Titus in 80 AD. Three Corinthian marble columns remain at the site today inscribed with ancient lettering documenting restorations done in 200 AD. The columns sit between...MORE INFO
V. di S. - Gregorio - Foro Romano MAP
Between the Colusseum and Palatine Hill, the great triumphal Arch of Constantine stands as a reminder of the emperor’s victory over Maxentius in 312. The arch is over the Via Triumphalis where emperors would cross when returning home to Rome after a...MORE INFO
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The Arch of Septimius Severus, one of the two arches left in the Roman Forum, was built in 203 AD to commemorate Severus’ victory in Parthia. The impressive arch features relief panels depicting the war between Rome and Parthia. The Arch remains one...MORE INFO
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Construction of the large open-air Marcello Theatre in Rome was initiated by Caesar, but finished by Augustus after Caesar’s death. In the Roman Republic, crowds would fill the theater to view comedies and dramas. Located in the rione of Sant’Angelo,...MORE INFO
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The ancient Roman Curia was the meeting place for the Roman Senate located in the Roman Forum. Many renovations were made to the Curia throughout history by presiding emperors during their respective reigns. A platform in the Curia provides a place for...MORE INFO
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Once the space where judicial clerks of the Capitoline Assent had offices in the twelve rooms of the building, the Portico of the Harmonious Gods now sits in ruins. Located at the base of an ancient road, the portico was originally rebuilt in 367 to...MORE INFO

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