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Unknown - Rome, Temple of Saturn in the Roman Forum, 1845

Unknown - Rome, Temple of Saturn in the Roman Forum, 1845

Not much remains in the Roman Forum area of Rome.  This is the front columns of the original Roman Senate, now in ruins.

Not much remains in the Roman Forum area of Rome. This is the front columns of the original Roman Senate, now in ruins.

Map of the Roman Empire in 180 AD. This is towards the end of the "Pax Romana"( Roman Peace).

Map of the Roman Empire in 180 AD. This is towards the end of the "Pax Romana"( Roman Peace).

Triumphal procession through the Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum, commemorating the sack of Jerusalem. A Triumph through the streets of Rome was one of the highest honors accorded to a Roman general.

Triumphal procession through the Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum, commemorating the sack of Jerusalem. A Triumph through the streets of Rome was one of the highest honors accorded to a Roman general.

Rome is a great city for tourists. But watch out there are some people who want to expliot uninformed people. Here is our list on want to Do and what not to do in Rome to get the most out of your holiday. #infographic

Rome is a great city for tourists. But watch out there are some people who want to expliot uninformed people. Here is our list on want to Do and what not to do in Rome to get the most out of your holiday. #infographic

Rome Express Guide by a local | When and where to go | Especially if you don't have a lot of time or me | By a Roman, to get the best of Rome!

Rome Express Guide by a local

Rome Express Guide by a local | When and where to go | Especially if you don't have a lot of time or me | By a Roman, to get the best of Rome!

The route that Hannibal’s army took over the Alps during the second Punic War.

Roman Forum Newspaper

The route that Hannibal’s army took over the Alps during the second Punic War.

The Romans constructed aqueducts to bring a constant flow of water from distant sources into cities and towns, supplying public baths, latrines, fountains and private households. Waste water was removed by the sewage systems and released into nearby bodies of water, keeping the towns clean and free from noxious waste. Some aqueducts also served water for mining, processing, manufacturing, and agriculture.

The Romans constructed aqueducts to bring a constant flow of water from distant sources into cities and towns, supplying public baths, latrines, fountains and private households. Waste water was removed by the sewage systems and released into nearby bodies of water, keeping the towns clean and free from noxious waste. Some aqueducts also served water for mining, processing, manufacturing, and agriculture.

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