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 Caesar, one of the attractions of the Roman Forum, is already in ruins. If you don’t explain it, you really can’t tell that this is the great Temple of Caesar. Caesar was really a great administrative officer and general in the Roman Empire!
The Temple of Romulus is located at the entrance of the Roman Forum, opposite the Temple of the Virgin of Vesta. It is a round building built in the early 4th century for Valeriu, the son of Emperor Maxentius. Built by Romulus, it does not refer to the mythical founder of Rome, Romulus. The temple was converted into a church in 527 AD.
The sights near the Roman Square, after visiting the Colosseum, feel quite spectacular. Autumn is still hot, one of the ancient Roman Empire ruins, feel quite good, although it is actually a pile of ruins, but the preservation of cultural relics is done well. Rome is really a great place to visit, the sights are all a place, and the fountain is close
The temple of Caesar (Aedes Divi Iulii) was built in 42 BC and is located on the east side of the Roman Forum, between the Regia temple and the temples of Castor and Polix. After the Roman Senate has made Caesar a god, it was built at the site of Caesar's cremation. Caesar was the first Roman citizen to be deified and revered by the temple. The first Roman Fuehrer, Octavian, began the transition from the temple of Caesar to public worship. The temple was round and had a black lid in the middle of the roof.