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Foro Romano di Aquileia, Aquileia

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Historic Site
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We visited the Forum, admiring the Roman ruins and the beauty they contain beautiful flooring uncovered by excavations.
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  • The reason why I rated so low at this archaeological site is because of the way in which it is maintained. The area on which stood the impressive Roman Forum of Aquileia is not valued, bisected by a road and abandoned to itself. Being small ruins, compared to other sites on the peninsula, I was expecting a series of reconstructions that allowed at least imagine the grandeur of this ancient Roman city, but today not much remains. The only reason it is worth visiting this place is the fact that it is an easy walk from the basilica of Aquileia, which certainly deserves much more.
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  • really interesting to get an impression of how things were so long ago and yet perhaps not so very different from many current day Piazza throughout Italy.  more »
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  • Great mosaics. Good for a day trip in the local area but do not fly out to see it.
  • You just need to come here
  • Not the most beautiful part of ancient Aquileia, but the first site you see coming. Just down the road across the country, clearly visible passing.
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  • Walk inside the story in the second or third most important city of the Empire, unfortunately the excavations go slowly and the site is at the mercy of the Italian Government as the rest of the Italian archaeological sites
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  • Here, you can gain insights about the construction methods and remains of the architecture of the past. A nice trip if you're staying nearby. For more directions, it's not worth in my eyes.
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