The Roman Forum also known as Forum Magnum or Forum Romanum, was a public square and market of the ancient Rome that served the city for over 1,400 years from the 8th century BC to 600 AD. Today, it is surrounded by the ruins of important buildings right in the center of the bustling city of Rome.
In Ancient Rome, it was where elections were held as well as criminal trials and gladiator matches. Its statues and structures were built to commemorate important figures in Roman history. Visiting The Roman Forum will give you a hand-on insight into the way of life back during the prime of the Romans.
Metro: Colosseum (Blue Line)