Italy 2011, Rome, The Roman Forum and Italian Unification

Rome The Forum

The tour began from outside the Colosseum and went first past the Arch of Constantine where Silvio explained that this was the only Roman monument that still had its marble reliefs intact because successive Christian regimes in Rome after the fall of the Empire were reluctant to destroy a monument commemorating the first Christian Emperor.  And then we made our way into the Forum and began to climb towards the top of the Palatine Hill stopping frequently to listen to and absorb more information from Silvio.

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One response to “Italy 2011, Rome, The Roman Forum and Italian Unification

  1. I’ve been there not long ago.

    Eternal city has something of special that makes her unique in the world 🙂

    Amazing blog about travelling, just loved it.

    See you.

    Like

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