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Roman Forum wheelchair accessible tours, is namely the majestic archaeological complex near the Colosseum.
A trip to Rome certainly cannot be said to be complete without a visit to the ancient heart of the Eternal City.
The Roman Forum is, together with the Colosseum, a symbol of the capital!
Even today it shows us the majesty of the buildings of the Roman Empire.
At the dawn of the city, the Roman Forum looks like a swampy valley, enclosed between the slopes of the Palatine and those of the Capitoline Hill, crossed by a stream, the Velabrum, and steeped in marshes.
The inhabitants of the hut villages on the top of the hills use the underlying valley mostly as a burial ground.
A sector of the protohistoric necropolis between the IX – VIII century BC, with pit and well tombs, was in fact identified and excavated near the Temple of Antonino and Faustina.
Only with the royal dynasty of the Tarquinii, at the beginning of the VI century BC, those works were undertaken that will be the basis of the subsequent fortune of the forum valley as the heart of the city.
The Etruscan kings reclaimed the marshes by channeling the waters of the Velabrum sewer of the city, the Cloaca Maxima.
Then provide for the paving of the square and numerous other interventions, which will make this area the political, religious and administrative center of Rome for the whole republican age.
Furthermore up to the beginning of the imperial age, when the old forum, now overflowing with temples, basilicas, public monuments and private buildings.
Therefore no further buildable, will be supplanted by the complex of imperial forums.
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Among the enormous monuments, do not miss the Arch of Septimius Severus, almost 21 meters high.
The Curia, seat of the ancient Senate, the triumphant Arch of Titus, and the few remaining granite columns of the Temple of Saturn.
It should be remembered that the different architectural remains come from different centuries due to the Roman practice of building on previous ruins, thus showing centuries and millennia of history.
Today the Roman Forum is a completely open archaeological site.
The open-air ruins are popular with tourists from all over the world.
Although it is a less orthodox itinerary to explore the jewels of Rome, the route we suggesting has many advantages.
The first is that the entrance queue to the Palatine Hill is much shorter.
After exploring the fascinating Palatine Hill and visiting the Palatine Museum, head to the beautiful Roman Forum and see the remains of important buildings from the Roman Empire.
To conclude with a flourish, before closing time, go to the Colosseum and be amazed by its majestic splendor.
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