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Title: Best spot in Rome

Spots Reflecting the Heart of Rome and its Culture
  • If you want to travel around the world, then you
    should make a list of different exotic places.
    You have to verify that you must have included
    Rome on your list as it offers incredible tourist
    destinations that you would genuinely adore. If
    you are visiting Rome then make sure to look at
    the 5 spots beneath as they might finish your
    vacation in Rome Colosseum, The Pantheon, Roman
    Forum, Trevi Fountain, Palatine Hill.


Colosseum is also called to be Flavian
Amphitheatre, As the Eiffel Tower is to Paris,
the Flavian Amphitheatre is to Rome. Colosseum is
the largest structure left by the Roman
antiquity, it provides the model for the sports
field, a present-day football stadium is designed
on this oval Roman plan.
The Pantheon
Pantheon was a former Roman temple, but now it's
a church which was completed by the emperor
Hadrian and dedicated about 126 AD. The date of
construction of Pantheon is uncertain as the
Hadrian chose not to engrave the new temple but
rather to retain the inscription of Agrippas
older temple, which had burned down.
Roman Forum
The Roman Forum is commonly known as Forum
Romanum, it is a rectangular forum surrounded by
ancient government buildings at the center of the
city of Rome. Citizens of the ancient city
referred it to a marketplace, as the Forum
Magnum, or simply the Forum.
Trevi Fountain
Trevi Fountain is a fountain in the Trevi
district of Rome, Italy, which was designed by
Italian architect Nicola Salvi and completed by
Giuseppe Pannini. It is the largest Baroque
fountain in the city and one of the famous
fountains in the world. The fountain has appeared
in several notable films, including Federico
Fellinis La Dolce Vita.
Palatine Hill
The Palatine Hill is the centremost among the
Seven Hills of Rome and is ancient parts of the
city. It is located 40 meters above the Roman
Forum, looking down upon it on one side, and
Circus Maximus on the other.