3,000 Years of History on Rome’s Palatine Hill

Aug 20, 2019 161

From the spot where Rome was founded to the sumptuous residences of Roman emperors, from new openings to 3D-installations, the Palatine Hill offers an exciting glimpse into the history of ancient Rome. Here’s what to see.

Cermalus – According to tradition, this is where Rome was founded and where Romulus lived. The site includes huts from the Iron Age, some archaic cisterns and temples.  Houses of Augustus and Livia – The residences of emperor Augustus and his wife Livia lived were finely decorated and are part of the SUPER ticket where access is restricted to a certain number of visitors at a time; the visit is enhanced by multimedia installations.

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