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Baths of Caracalla
They are named also "Antoniane" and were built up from 212 A.D. up to 217 A.D. by Emperor Caracalla.
Emperor Hadrian had it built in 130 A.D. as his mausoleum. It held the remains of the Imperial family until Caracalla.
It is a marvellous architectural complex that doesn't find examples in Roman art. Its real name is Flavian Amphitheater. It was built in 72 A.D. by an unknown architect.
Built by emperor Nero, it had to be the largest and richest residence ever raised. It was named Domus Aurea (gold House) thanks to its valuable decorations and prestigious furniture.
Monument to Vittorio Emmanuele II
It is an imposing monument built up in 1885 according to architect G.Sacconi's plan to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the kingdom of Italy
Mouth of Truth
The ancient sculpture entitled "La Bocca della Verita", "Mouth of Truth" is famous for the medieval legend that if a liar placed his hand in its mouth, it would be bitten off
This museum keeps a wide and most interesting collection of sculptures, paintings and things of daily use which testify Rome's uses and customs from the Middle Ages up to the XIX century
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