Capitoline HillDistrict Rome / Italy
The Capitoline Hill is one of the seven hills of Rome.
Today the Capitoline Hill is the centre of the municipal government of Rome, which is housed in renaissance palaces. The site is an important monument to renaissance art and architecture. See Campidoglio.
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The pictures above are taken in the following locations:
- Clivus Capitolinus - An ancient road leading from the Roman Forum to the summit of the Capitoline Hill (Forum Romanum, Rome, Italy)
- Fires of Rome - An account of the fires that hit ancient Rome ()
- Forum Romanum - The Roman Forum was the political and religious centre in ancient Rome (Rome, Italy)
- Ops - Goddess of abundance (Roman Religion and Mythology, Lexicon)
- Portico of the Dei Consentes - A sanctuary for twelve gods and goddesses (Forum Romanum, Rome, Italy)
- Tabularium (Capitolium, Rome, Italy)
- Temple of Concord - A temple dedicate to concord between Patricians and Plebeians (Forum Romanum, Rome, Italy)
- The Seven Hills of Rome - Basic topographical description of Rome (Rome, Italy)
- Velabrum (Rome, Italy)
- Via Sacra - The sacred procession road through the Forum Romanum (Forum Romanum, Rome, Italy)
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