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The Forum (a Latin word meaning open space or market place) was the administrative and corporate heart of Rome. Generally this word referred to the open space in any Roman town where business, judicial, civic, or religious activities were conducted. A typical forum might be surrounded by temples, shops, and basilicas (large, covered structures used for various meetings).
In Rome, there were several forums. The most famous, the Roman Forum, was designed by the architect Vitruvius who felt the proportions needed to be 3:2 (length to width). For centuries, the Roman Forum was the site of the city's most important public buildings including the Arch of Septimius Severus, built in 203 B.C. and the Rostra or public speaking platforms. The reliefs on the triple arch represented many of Rome's victories over oriental tribes and the Rostra was decorated with prows of warships captured during battles. The Roman Forum became the spectacular showcase of the Empire filled with beautiful statues and architecture.
Thanks to http://www.kent.wednet.edu/curriculum/soc_studies/rome/Rome.html
From the start the cache contains:
And the usual things:
- Elk sticker
- Swedish Parachuting Association decal
- Lego block
Have a nice trip and good luck.
- Stash note in English
/Blue_SE alias peter
Oruvaq n fgbar haqre n orapu znqr bs fgbar.
- The viewIf you are standing close to the cache this is the view.
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