In the footsteps of Julius Caesar

6 places

Basilica Giulia

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It was the favourite meeting place of the Roman people built by and for Julius Caesar. This basilica housed public meeting places and shops, but it was mainly used as a law court.

Forum of Caesar

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Caesar also placed a statue of his favourite horse in front of the temple. Following his assassination, a statue of Caesar riding this horse was added.

Teatro di Marcello

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Space for the theatre was bought by Julius Caesar, who was murdered before it could be begun.

Curia Julia

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The construction was built by Gaius Julius Caesar (thus the name Curia Julia) to replace the Curia Hostilia.

Temple of Caesar

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Besides the ruins of Julius C├Žsar's temple, the adored remains of the altar are to be seen. Until today there are flowers laid down from admirers regularly.

Via Appia Antica

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Probably the best way to travel along Via Appia Antica is by public transport. Indeed, it is closed to private traffic on Sundays and on holidays. For itineraries along Via Appia Antica, check the official website.