The Forum of Caesar, also known by the Latin Forum Iulium or Forum Julium, Forum Caesaris, was a forum built by Julius Caesar near the Forum Romanum in Rome in 46 BC.
Caesar decided to construct a forum bearing his name in the northeast section of the Forum Romanum, and purchased some very expensive parcels of land in that area (the final cost was said to be 100,000,000 sesterces). Forum construction began probably in 51 BC, although Cicero and Gaius Oppius were entrusted with purchasing the parcels of land on Caesar's behalf as early as 54 BC. On the eve of the Battle of Pharsalus in 48, Caesar vowed a temple to Venus Victrix, the legendary progenitor of his own clan, the gens Iulia. This original dedication was done because she was Pompey's favourite goddess, and Caesar hoped to gain the goddess's favour before the battle against Pompey.
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greta querzola | Sep 9, 2017
Impressive place! Very beautiful and seggestive! I really love it
Emilia Naseva | Jan 21, 2018
I'd love to visit it, but it's still closed
M.A. Elmihi | Oct 27, 2017
I've been there. Great night show
Achim A. Eckert | Oct 29, 2017
Old stones. Still great
Chloe LAURET | Sep 2, 2017
The visit is entertaining but it's hard to keep track of it all..
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