Saturday, July 7, 2012

The Roman Forum, Rome, Italy


Roman Forum, which is also known as Roman Foro or Forum Romanum, is located near to the Roman Colosseum in the city of Rome, Italy. The Forum was the marketplace of Rome and the business district and civic center during the Roman Empire era. Temples, a senate house and law courts were constructed along the main square of the Roman Forum but eventually it was ruined down when the Roman Empire fell. 

As I mentioned in my earlier post, The Roman Colosseum, you can purchase the combo deal ticket which includes the entrance to the Roman Colosseum and Roman Forum, in an advance from the official website here:



The entrance of Forum Romanum (Roman Forum) which is located nearby to Colosseum in Rome, Italy
The entrance of Forum Romanum (Roman Forum) which is located nearby to Colosseum in Rome, Italy


The main square of the Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
The main square of the Roman Forum


The remaining of the bases and commenmorative triumphal columns at Roman Forum (Forum Romanum) in Rome, Italy
The remaining of the bases and commenmorative triumphal columns at Roman Forum (Forum Romanum) in Rome, Italy


Some of the bases, columns and walls remained along the Forum's main square (Roman FOrum) in Rome, Italy
Some of the bases, columns and walls remained along the Forum's main square (Roman Forum) in Rome, Italy


Basilica Julia was one of the great judicial buildings of the capital at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
Basilica Julia was one of the great judicial buildings of the capital at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy


The Roman Forum was the marketplace in Rome, Italy during the Roman empire era
The Roman Forum was the marketplace during the Roman Empire era


At the back of Basilica Aemilia of Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
At the back of Basilica Aemilia of Roman Forum in Rome, Italy


Basilica Aemilia at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
Basilica Aemilia at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy


Temple of Vesta and Temple of Castor & Pollux are facing each other at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
Temple of Vesta and Temple of Castor & Pollux are facing each other at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy


Some of the walls and columns remained at the Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
Some of the walls and columns remained at the Roman Forum in Rome, Italy


Temple of Vesta on the background, at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
Temple of Vesta on the background, at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy


The remains of the Arch of Augustus at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
The remains of the Arch of Augustus at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy


Temple of Castor & Pollux at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
Temple of Castor & Pollux at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy


Temple of Castor & Pollux  as well as Temple of Vesta (at the background) of Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
Temple of Castor & Pollux  as well as Temple of Vesta (at the background) of Roman Forum in Rome, Italy


Arch of Titus at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
Arch of Titus at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy


Arch of Titus on the other side at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
Arch of Titus on the other side at Roman Forum in Rome, Italy


The remaining bases, walls and columns are ruin down can be seen in the heart of city in Rome, Italy
The remaining bases, walls and columns are ruin down can be seen in the heart of city in Rome, Italy


The remaining bases and walls during the Roman empira era in the city center of Rome, Italy
The remaining bases and walls during the Roman empira era in the city center of Rome, Italy


The remaining bases and columns which looks like a temple can be seen in the city of Rome, Italy
The remaining bases and columns which looks like a temple can be seen in the city of Rome, Italy


The remains of the Roman columns in the heart of the city in Rome, Italy
The remains of the Roman columns in the heart of the city in Rome, Italy


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