This is a picture of Palatine Hill. This relates to the Roman foundation story because Romulus supposedly lived at the bottom of Palatine Hill. This location is where Rome began, and where it's first ruler lived.
Arch of Constantine, Rome, Italy. The Arch of Constantine is a triumphal arch in Rome, situated between the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill. It was erected to commemorate Constantine I's victory over Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge on October
Our guide Jade took this photo with our clients on February 28th from the Palatine Hill. Our clients and great guide visited the inside of the Colosseum before heading over to the Palatine Hill to get this group photo. Although the snow may have still been sitting on the ancient city, our guide showed our clients the amazing skyline view that you can get from the Palatine Hill. For more info:www.livitaly.com/tour/colosseum-underground-ancient-rome-tour/?src=pinterest
What a beautiful picture from Italy is a place I've always wanted to visit! The Forum, Rome - Province of Rome Lazio. I first saw it around this time. It was closed so we walked up Palatine Hill which gives great views and the Forum cats start coming out.
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What a great place for a group selfie! Our guide Francesca took this photo in front of the famous monument on February 28th before our Colosseum and ancient city tour. Francesca took our clients through the Colosseum to the second tier which let them imagine exactly what it was like 2000 years ago. For more information about our Colosseum underground tour with arena, palatine hill & Roman Forum: www.livitaly.com/tour/colosseum-underground-ancient-rome-tour/?src=pinterest