Palace of Tiberius and Caligula (Palazzo di Tiberio e di Caligola)

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At the north-west end of the Palatine Hill are the ruins of the Palace of Tiberius and Caligula (Palazzo di Tiberio e di Caligola), built in the 1st century AD. These impressive imperial constructions once occupied the greatest part of Germalo, i.e. one of three summits of the Palatine Hill. The gardens of Farnese are spread over the underground territories of these palaces, the ruins of which are two few and disordered, to be able to give some precise descriptions of their constructions and interior. There is a version that Caligula incorporated in his palace some of the buildings of the Roman Forum, as a Temple of Castor and Pollux and Atrium of Vesta.

Palace of Tiberius and Caligula (Palazzo di Tiberio e di Caligola)
The first Roman emperor Augustus lived in a usual private residence. The first true imperial palace was constructed with his successor Tiberius. Caligula - the successor of Tiberius, has expanded a palace complex, also has constructed its part, connected Palatine Hill with a Forum Romanum. Bottom of the description there is a link with screens of model.

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Palace of Tiberius and Caligula (Palazzo di Tiberio e di Caligola)
Via di San Teodoro, 7 (Via di San Gregorio)
00186 , Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Campitelli (Foro Romano- Campidoglio-P.Venezia) (Roma centro)
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