It is opposite the Colosseum in Rome and is an ancient Roman ruin. Palatine Hill is located in the ancient Roman ruins. The mountain is not high, only 40 meters, but it can overlook the entire Roman ruins. It is worth seeing. The mountain was once the villa of the ancient Roman emperors, with chic garden landscape
From the towering columns can also be seen the grandeur of the building, the ruins on the left is named after Caesar Julius Hall.
The temple of Caesar used to have only one wall left. It is said that Caesars tomb is hidden behind this wall, so some citizens will come to the flowers regularly.
The ruins of the brick wall with incomplete footsteps are very special. I touched the sandstone that was hit by the wind and rain for more than 2,000 years.
If we say that is a symbol of the Roman Colosseum, then the opposite of the Roman Colosseum birthplace. It is located at the center of seven hills of Rome, is said here in the year 1000 years ago inhabited the city of Rome is now the best-preserved Roman ruins. At that time the nobles are here massive construction projects, princes also palace built here. In height overlooking the entire area of the ruins of houses, pillars are deployed in front of thousands of years time flies. They still spoke of the glory of the Roman Empire in the sun below.
Entrenched in the place where many claim modern history to have begun lies The Palatine; the heart of the City of Rome. The hill is the center-most of the Seven Hills of Rome and overlooks the Forum on one side and the Circus Maximus on the other. Considered the etymological origin of the word "palace," all that remains today of the great houses there is ruins. Recent excavations have shown that people have lived on the hill since 1,000 BC, adding to the history showcased there. A true archaeological and cultural reminder of man, power and time, The Palatine remains one of the must-see ruins of the world