The statue is based on the legend of the city of Rome: after the famous Trojan War, the prince of Troy fled to the Italian peninsula and established the city of Alba, which was passed on from generation to generation. Later, a king named Numitor was overthrown by his brother Amulius, and his son was killed. However, his daughter was loved by the god of war and gave birth to twins Romulus and Remus, but he was killed by Amulius. Putting it in the basket ashamed of Tiber. The brothers were later discovered by a she-wolf and taken in to raise them. Soon, they were found adopted by a shepherd. When they grew up, they killed their enemies, rescued their grandfather, and created a new city. Later Romulus killed Remus and named the city Rome after his own name.
The Roman bitch statue is a surprising small statue, telling the story of a hero in the Roman period. It is not good to take a telephoto lens because it is close to the wall. You can see it when you go to Piazza Capitoline. The left side of the building in the middle of the square.
Lupa Romana (Capitoline Wolf) is a bronze sculpture of the legendary she-wolf who famously rescued and nursed the twins Romulus and Remus. Right there when you exit the Forum, if you are not looking up high on your left side as you enter the plaza, you'll miss it.
They all say that this is a symbol of the founding of Rome. Although there are not many such statues on the streets of Rome, they are all copies of works in the Capitolini Museum. Two teenagers suckling breastfeeding under the belly of a she-wolf, although this sculpture is not very large, it has a very high status as a symbol of Rome
This is a symbol of Rome and is considered to be made in Etruscans. It is worth a visit.