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Basilica Ulpia, Rome

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  • A basilica was a Roman hall of justice and administrative purposes and this one is probably the most important ancient basilica, named after the Emperor Trajan, whose full name was Marcus Ulpius Traia...  more »
  • Basilica Ulpia was not a religious site as the name might suggest, but was a administrative building after moving from the Roman Forum to the newly constructed Forum of Trajan in early 100 AD. The two...  more »
  • As Basilica Ulpia is free to view and photograph, why not see it on your way to visit the Colosseum and several of the forums in the area? I wouldn't have the thought this hole in the ground which con...  more »
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  • nice view
  • It was alreet
  • Beautiful, feather q/does not have a 360° view of inside of her.
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  • There put much imagination because he has gone much of this ancient building. One of the things that most surprised me is that the last column of the colonnade is located outside the fenced compound and is within the reach of the visitors and still holds the type.
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  • all roads lead to Rome, see architecture of the city (even the ruins) is simply impossible
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