The Coliseum classical tour
Enter the Coliseum with our guided tour to learn about the history of this imposing building which is still now the emblem of Rome. The Coliseum was built in the valley between the Palatine, the Esquiline and Caelian hills. Despite much damage by fire, earthquakes and looting, it has survived the centuries. Learn about the games, the gladiators and everyday roman's life and everything will be more lively in your imagination. The Coliseum real name is Amphiteatrum Flavium name taken from the Flavian family whose members, the emperors Vespasian and Titus, financed the construction of it. Continue your walking tour to reach the Roman Forum, considered the downtown of Rome in the past. This was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. Hear about the story and facts our guide will tell you. According to Platus the Roman Forum was an area teemed with "lawyers and litigants, bankers and brokers". From the Roman Forum you will reach with our guide the Imperial Forum began with Julius Caesar to develop a wider area annex to the Roman Forum which was no longer large enough for the increasingly of the population. The Imperial Forum become the symbol of the emperors' power and propaganda.
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