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The Roman Forum – now the world famous archaeological site – was a center of Roman public life for centuries. It was first developed in the 7th century BC  and became the social, political and commercial hub of the Roman Empire.

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Piazza Venezia – where four major roads meet – is located in the heart of Rome. Here you can find famous monument of Victor Emanuel II – the first king of a united Italy.

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St. Peter’s Basilica – a Renaissance church located in the Vatican City – is one of the four major Basilicas of Rome.

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Spanish Steps – stairway of 135 steps built in 1723-1725 – is a famous landmark and a popular tourist attraction of Rome.

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The Tiber – one of the longest rivers in Italy

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Bocca della Verita (the mouth of truth) is an ancient stone mask famous worldwide. According to the legend, if a liar puts their hand inside its mouth, they will lose it.

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Pantheon built in 25 BC, served as a temple to the many Gods of Rome. The original Pantheon was destroyed by the great fire and the structure which stands today was completed around 125 AD.

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Pyramid of Cestius was built sometime between 18 and 12 BC as a tomb for Gaius Cestius.

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Colosseum – the largest amphitheatre ever built

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