Rome is Italy’s capital city and undoubtedly one of the world’s most beautiful cities. A visit to Rome is not only on pretty much everyone’s bucket list, it is also a one and only experience. Not to say that it would stay in your heart forever.
I have said it, multiple times. Visiting Rome in one day is pretty hardcore, but there is still a chance for you. There is plenty to fill a day with sightseeing in Rome.
You just need to you plan things wisely – believe me, it isn’t hard at all.
I couldn’t think of anything better that exploring the most beautiful spots in Rome in just a day: could you?
Following the expulsion of the last Tarquin king in 509 B.C., the Romans inaugurated the larges Tuscan temple ever made, dedicated to Jupiter, Juno, and Minerva on the southern summit of the Capitoline Hill. The architecture employed was still that of the Etruscan world. Rome, however was destined to affirm its presence and language over the entire Mediterranean region, with a history that began with the destruction of Veii itself in 396 B.C. Over the span of two centuries, Roman architecture succeeded in drawing ideas from the Greek and Magna Graecia world to express an autonomous identity that reflected Latin society and its cults. From temples to basilicas, and from imperial residences to bathing complexes, theatres and amphitheatres, every structure spoke a “Roman” language. Great structures that revolutionized the very concept of architectural space throughout the ancient world. Its lexicon was soon adopted by all the cities of the empire.
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