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Palatine Hill, Rome: 78 reviews and 157 photos

  Palace of Septimius Severus (Nov 1999)
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  • Palace of Septimius Severus (Nov 1999) - Rome
      Palace of Septimius Severus (Nov 1999)
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  • Domus Augustana (Nov 1999) - Rome
      Domus Augustana (Nov 1999)
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  • The Palatine seen from Circo Massimo - Rome
      The Palatine seen from Circo Massimo
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  • The Palatine seen from the Colosseum (Apr 2007) - Rome
      The Palatine seen from the Colosseum (Apr 2007)
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One of Rome's seven hills, the Palatine Hill was ancient Rome's residential area for the most important. Today, it is a large archeological park planted with Pine trees around half excavated Roman ruins. The Palatine Hill is located between the Circo Massimo and the Roman Forum. It can be entered (for a fee) from the Roman Forum. The Park is a most relaxing place and one could visit, not only to see the ruins, but also to spend a quiet afternoon. Some of the ruins include the Domus Flavia, Domus Augustana and the Palace of Septimius Severus.

Address: Palatine Hill
Phone: +39 06 3996 7700
Website: http://archeoroma.beniculturali.it/en/archaeological-site/roman-forum-and-palatine-hill

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  • Written Jun 19, 2007
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