Palatine Hill

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On this hill, where Romulus and Remus were found, Domitian built an imperial palace, Domus Flavia, the focus of official life, Domus Augustana, the private imperial residence, and the stadium. The House of Livia was perhaps home to Augustus (fine vestiges of paintings). North of the hill are the pinewoods of the 16C Farnese gardens, which command a fine view of the Forum and the city.

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v. S.-Gregorio 30, 00184 Roma

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Farnese Gardens
Farnese Gardens
North of the Palatine, in the 16C the
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Huts of Romulus' village
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House of Livia
House of Livia
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Arch of Constantine
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Palace of Tiberius
Palace of Tiberius
The palace of Tiberius was lost to view
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Huts of Romulus' village
Huts of Romulus' village
Rome's emotional and most ancient
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House of Livia
House of Livia
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