When you think of Rome, one of the first things that come to mind is the many ruins the city has. Millions of people from all over the world visit the famous ruins and enjoy imagining what it once likes to live in the Roman days. One of the lesser recognized ruins in Italy’s capital are Forum.You can get top deals on day trips from rome via various online sources.
There were many forums in ancient Rome and they were places where elections were held and processions took place. Caesar's forum was one of the first built back in 54BC full of basilicas, temples, and lots of triumphal arches. Caesar invested a lot of money in the land he built upon and created not only a place for public business but also a shrine to himself and venus genitrix.
Just outside the forum, Caesar had a statue of his favorite horse placed. When he was later assassinated, a statue of him riding the horse was added in the center of the forums main rectangular part. The Temple of Venus Genetrix was also completed by Roman senators after the assassination of Caesar.
There were many artworks that Caesar had placed in the forum, including paintings of mythological Gods and many statues. However, one mystery that remains today is how Caesar became in possession of six collections of engraved gems. To this day their origins remain unknown.