The Colosseum is the largest amphitheater ever built, and a symbol of imperial Rome, built by Emperor Vespasian in the year 80 AD, and the Colosseum accommodated up to 80,000 people, and the theater of countless deadly battles , And wild animals, it was called the colossal statue of Emperor Nero, who once stood on the site.
St. Peter’s Church
St. Peter’s Basilica is considered the most sacred and most important church in the Christian world, where it is believed that St. Peter’s was buried in it, which is the first pope, and this church is located inside the Vatican City, and was created as a place of worship for the first time on this site in the year 320 AD, and the temple was expanded in The fifteenth century, the facade of the church is 114 meters, 47 meters high, with a triangular arcade corridor that leads to the atrium which contains a central fountain. The total area of the church is 22,000 square meters and accommodates 20,000 worshipers.
Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful squares, and one of the largest squares in Rome, and it is a pedestrian-only square, where there are many tourist shops, restaurants, and souvenir sellers, and in the center there is the famous Four Fountain of Bernini, in addition to Church of St. Angelis in the seventeenth century at Agun.
The Capitoline Museum includes some of the most magnificent artistic and archaeological treasures in Rome. Capitoline Hill has been built since the eighth century BC, and was a region of ancient temples, and the geographical and symbolic center of the city, a museum divided into two buildings, namely: “Palazzo dei Conservatori” , And “Palazzo Nuovo” museums were founded by Pope Clement XII in 173, making them the first museums in the world open to the public.