Excubitorium of the VII Coorte, Rome

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Excubitorium of the VII Coorte, Rome, Italy

In Trastevere, on Via della VII Coorte a side street of today's Viale Trastevere, is the entrance to the Excubitorium dei Vigili, a building of the 2nd century A.D. seat of a force appointed by emperor Augustus to defend the city from fires and for night control.
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Visitable on request
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Entrance fee: Lit. 4.000 (Euro 2,07).

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