New tourist attraction opens in central Rome

A new tourist attraction has opened in the center of Rome

Largo Argentina Square, where in 44 BC the infamous murder, opened to the public this week. Access to the new attraction was made possible thanks to walkways and special lighting, funded by the Bulgari jewelry house.

The mayor of Rome, Roberto Gualtieri, called this place “a real gem of history, art and culture, located in the heart of our city.”< /p>

The Mayor added that visitors will be able to “literally immerse themselves in history” by visiting the curia of Pompeii, where the senate held meetings and where Julius Caesar was assassinated, as well as the ruins of four temples.

To get to ruins, travelers can either go down the stairs or use the elevator. Entrance tickets cost 5 euros, the ruins are open daily, except Mondays and some public holidays.

Rome is known for its ruins both on the surface and underground. For example, travelers can visit an old residential complex under the city's famous Trevi Fountain and a still-functioning aqueduct in the basement of a popular department store.

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