Capitoline Hill in Rome

one of the seven hills of Rome, the citadel of the earliest Romans and the religious centre of ancient Rome, is now an awe-inspiring square, designed by Michelangelo, that houses the city hall of Rome and two important museums, the stairs that lead up to the square are marked by statues of the mythological twins Castor and Pollux, at the centre of the square you find a copy of the equestrian statue of emperor Marcus Aurelius (161-180)
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near Capitoline Hill

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