The tempio di veio is in the ancient Roman Forum. This temple has a special exhibition recently and is open to the public. This is also a relatively well-preserved temple. Of course, you can see the ancient Roman currency and the murals on the wall. And the mural of the dome
The Temple of Romulus is located at the entrance of the Roman Forum, opposite the Temple of the Virgin of Vesta. It is a circular building built in the early 4th century for Valerius, the son of Emperor Maxentius. It was built by Romulus, not the mythical founder of Rome, Romulus. The temple was converted into a church in 527 AD.