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Tomba di Cesare, Rome

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  • If it wasn't for our tour guide, we would have missed this space where Caesar was cremated. Poor signage, not much care in preserving site. Site not worthy of any special attention given to a great Ro...  more »
  • The building is part of the monumental complex called "Fori Imperiali". Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 BCE in the Curia of Pompey, Rome and later cremated in the hole. On the site of the cremation Augustus exalt a temple in 29 BC in his honor.
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  • From Rome the feeling that there are no heirs. As if they all around someone else's and not especially necessary and valuable. And the grave of Caesar. Well, yes it is an integral part of the Forum, but the same ruins and stones like all around. When the words "grave of Caesar" expectations arise alone, and when you come up to this pyramid of stones think now you walk and you'll see a tomb. And rotate.
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  • Very cool to see something dedicated to Cesar in the Roman forum
  • Very cool to see something dedicated to Caesar
  • Walk around.
  • about temple of caesar The Temple of Caesar (Tempio del Divo Giuli), the remains of which can be seen in the Roman Forum, was dedicated to the Roman Dictator Julius Caesar (100BC - 44BC). Caesar, who was murdered by the senators Cassius, Brutus and their supporters on 15 March 44BC, was cremated. Following his death, he was deified and the Temple of Caesar was constructed on the site of his cremation to house his cult. It was completed in 29BC. All that remains of the Temple of Caesar today is its altar.
  • The place has an enormous historical significance. Unfortunately the entire hole is defaced by Christian churches sprouted up like mushrooms at random. Hard to understand where the true ancient Rome and began that of the Popes.
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