The ancient Roman Forum and part of the ruins are filled with tourists, there are always new details to discover, there are many beautiful camera angles, and there are some modern art installation exhibitions when you go, but it is not an eye-catcher.
Discover new ways to explore the area
The ancient Roman ruins, Silver Tower Square is now a stray cat shelter. Piazza del Plata, next to Via Emmanuele II in Rome, is an ancient Roman archaeological site. Mussolini wanted to develop this area in the 1930s, but it was discovered that it was the fourth century BC The ruins of the temple during the Roman Republic. It is one of the oldest ruins in Rome. Legend has it that Caesar was assassinated nearby, so ordinary citizens and tourists are prohibited from entering. But the regulations can control people but not cats. Now there are hundreds of stray cats living here, and there is a stray cat shelter run by volunteers. Most of the tourists here come to see cats. To the north of Silver Tower Square is Rome’s famous Silver Tower Theater.
There are quite similar to the ruins of Rome square, is also a ruins, I don't know why Rome after a few days of change will become ruins. In addition to the ruins, there are a few wild cats very beautiful.
If you love cats and are visiting Rome, make a point to walk by. The city had been digging up three minor temples where I guess they decided they weren't important or interesting enough to locals or tourists, so they gave them to a cat sanctuary. Now you can see dozens of feral kitties lounging and playing all over these temples. You can go down and make a donation to see it closer, but it smells like a hundred litter box down there.
You will find there a lot of bus stops to go everywhere, and while you are waiting, you can admire the ancient Roman Ruins in front of you.
Cats decoratively stretched out on ruins. Heaven for a cat lover. Feral cats romp near an adjacent cat sanctuary that helps Rome's cats who need veterinary care or may be adoptable. Worth a donation- they are good folks.
A quick look at the ruins of ancient Rome
Sort of a landmark for finding your way around. The ruins are interesting and the Cat Sanctuary is fun. Otherwise, there's traffic all over.