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Tempio di Romolo, Rome

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For easy foot access to most of the city's main historical sites, consider staying in Rome's old town center. The area is conveniently placed for public transport, only a walk away from the city's main railway station. Accommodations here span all hotels sectors, from cheap hostels to luxury brand names. To avoid the steep prices and overcrowding of the town center, explore the hotels in the inner suburbs of Rome. They offer comfortable rooms and excellent food at a fraction of the price charged by the centrally located hotel chains. Another affordable option is the area around Vatican, which boasts a good selection of family-owned B&Bs.
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  • This is not the Temple of the more famous Romulus, but for the son of Maxentius. It is accessible via the church it is attached to, but not through the forum entrance. These doors are said to be origi...  more »
  • A temple (probably) dedicated to the deceased son of the Emperor Maxentius, not the Romulus of the legendary founding of Rome. The massive original bronze doors (now a green patina) sit between two po...  more »
  • Everything about this structure stands out. Among elements of particular interest are the bright blue-green bronze doors and the circular structure (still very much intact). The name has nothing to do...  more »
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  • Awesome Roman history!
  • the framing of the door in the circular entrance stands out.
  • Temple of the deified Romulus, stating that this is the son of Maxentius's deified, entablature, columns and original bronze doors, on a round of ancient Roman gods and Templar, possibly even Etruscan (seen the particular location in the Roman Forum) and then saving the conversion into a Christian Church of Saints Cosma and Damiano.
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  • Amazing that this temple of Romulus, lean-to at St Cosme and Damian Church and which can be seen by a glass circular inside this temple. Bronze framed by two columns in red portantune granite marble architrave finely carved door.
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  • One of the few buildings that has survived in its entirety. Recommend.
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