Constantine’s first arc
Constantine’s first arc, which is considered the largest arch of Roman victory, was established in 315 AD to commemorate the victory of Roman Emperor Constantine over the Roman tyrant Maxentius in the Battle of Melvian Bridge in Rome, which is a rectangular block with a width of 21 meters and a length of 25.6 meters, and above it are carved paintings and inscriptions in Latin.
The Roman Pantheon Temple, built between 11 and 125 AD during the reign of Emperor Hadrian, is one of the most influential buildings in ancient Rome, and it is dedicated to all the pagan deities of Rome, and from the most preserved buildings to date, and one of the most distinguished features of the Pantheon Temple is its engineering Architectural; it consists of a series of intersecting arches resting on eight piers that support eight round arches upside down extending from the cylinder from its interior to its outer face.
The Roman Forum is the most important forum in ancient Rome, as it was a center of religious and secular spectacles and celebrations and gladiatorial battles, and a site that includes many temples and monuments, and a stage for public meetings, where legal courts are held, and it was then filled with shops and open markets, and it is one of the most important features in it until now. The Mamorene prison, Kloaka Maxima, Temple of Castor and Pollux, Temple of Vista, Arch of Septimius Severus, Temple of Caesar, Temple of Saturn, Arch of Titus, Senate (Korea), and Temple of Romulus.
The Trevi Fountain built by Niccol سال Salvi in the seventeenth century by Pope Clement XII is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Rome.It was built on the back wall of the Dukes Palace, the largest fountain in Rome, and the fountain depicts the sea god Neptune with horses and shells and the surrounding water Filled with coins; there is a tradition that guarantees the tourist to return to Rome again and is to throw a coin in the fountain.