The Archaeological Park of the Celio, overlooking the Colosseum, has transformed from sixteenth-century vineyards to a key historical site. Established as a public promenade in 1835, it now houses the Museum of the Forma Urbis, displaying fragments of the ancient marble map of Rome. Integrated into Rome's heritage in 1847, the park offers thematic insights into Roman life and is part of a broader redevelopment plan by Rome Capital, connecting historical narratives through artifacts and structures.

You may also like

Back to Top