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Fori Imperiali

Free Admission
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At the end of the republican period, when Rome had now become the capital of a huge empire stretching from Gaul to Asia Minor, the ancient forum became insufficient to accommodate all administrative functions and representation of the city . Julius Caesar was the first, in 54 BC. J.-C. did achieve a new place, considered initially as a simple extension of the Republican Forum. After construction of the Forum of Caesar it was the turn of the Forum of Augustus and the Transitional Forum (started by Domitian and completed by Nerva) and finally the Forum of Trajan, the biggest of all. These archaeological sites form the point of view of modern urban design, a single organic whole called "Fori Imperiali", which goes from the Quirinal to the Capitol.

The Imperial Fora such that one can admire today were discovered between 1924 and 1932, during the demolitions carried out to construct the Via dei Fori Imperiali.


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  • Name: Fori Imperiali
  • Address: Via dei Fori Imperiali - 00186 - Rome - Italie
  • Phone: (39) 06 0608

Getting there

  • By bus : lignes n°51, 85, 87, 118
  • By metro : ligne n°B, B1 (Colosseo)

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