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"Ruins of Caesar’s Forum"

The need to renew the ancient administrative and judicial structures gave rise to the proclivity or inclination to construct an impressive architectural complex. Constructed by Roman politician Julius Caesar in 46BC, The Forum is considered a major attraction even today and was a common gathering place for civilians and lawmakers alike back in the day. Caesar's Forum features a real picture gallery exhibiting paintings of the best Greek painters as well as numerous sculptures and artifacts. Caesar's Forum sits at the foot of the Capital Hill, which went against the grain for an Imperial Forum. Caesar appropriated the goddess Venus into his family tree and included a temple dedicated to her in his Forum. Now, three columns on a platform and a grassy stretch are what remain of Caesar's Forum.
Via dei Fori Imperiali, Rome, Italy, 00186
"Ruins of Caesar’s Forum"
The need to renew the ancient administrative and judicial structures gave rise to the proclivity or inclination to construct an impressive architectural complex. Constructed by Roman politician Julius Caesar in 46BC, The Forum is considered a major attraction even today and was a common gathering place for civilians and lawmakers alike back in the day. Caesar's Forum features a real picture gallery exhibiting paintings of the best Greek painters as well as numerous sculptures and artifacts. Caesar's Forum sits at the foot of the Capital Hill, which went against the grain for an Imperial Forum. Caesar appropriated the goddess Venus into his family tree and included a temple dedicated to her in his Forum. Now, three columns on a platform and a grassy stretch are what remain of Caesar's Forum.
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