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Rome is a world-famous city that was first founded in 753 BC. It has since become a major tourist destination with its many impressive historical sites.

A few of the most famous Historical sites in Rome

  • Colosseum: Built in honor of the Roman deity Jupiter, the Colosseum was the largest and most famous amphitheater in the world. It was used for both public and private events, and millions of people from all over the world attended its vintage performances.
  • The Vatican: The Vatican is home to the largest collection of statues and art in the world. It also contains a number of important historical artifacts, including the Holy Bible and one of Jesus’ own miracles.
view of St. Peter's Square in the Vatican
view of St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican
  • Forum: The Forum was a large open forum near the Roman consulate in Rome that was used for public hearings, political disobedience, and other important events.
  • Sistine Chapel: The Sistine Chapel is a University of Rome building that was used as the main relaxation and prayer room of the Roman Senate. It is also the location of the Belvedere Fountain, one of Rome’s most popular tourist sites.
  • Roman Colosseum: The Colosseum was the largest and most famous amphitheater in the world. It was used for both public and private events, and millions of people from all over the world attended its vintage performances.
  • The Baths of Caracalla: Built in honor of the Roman emperor Caracalla, the Baths of Caracalla were a series of beautiful baths located adjacent to the Colosseum. They were used as luxurious private theaters and were also a source of financing for the Roman state.
Pompei, Italy
Pompei, Italy
  • Pompei: Pompei was a Roman town that was sacked by the army of Pyrrhus in 171 BC. The town was rebuilt and renamed after Pyrrhus, and its peak period of fame began. The ruins of Pompei are still a popular tourist destination today.
  • The Hermitage: The Hermitage is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes a number of family ruins and complexes dating back to the 5th century BC. It is also home to a large collection of Russian Revival art.
  • Colosseum of the ruled: The Colosseum of the Ruled was a large and imposing amphitheater in Rome that was used for public events and was also the main arena for the Roman arena.
  • Golden House: The Golden House is a reconstructed palace that was used as the official home of the Roman procurator. It is one of the most famous landmarks in Rome and is a popular tourist destination.