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This former centre of ancient Rome called Roman Forum is truly a sight to remember and you can admire it in this 360 video.

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  • Video resolution: 4K (4096×2048)
  • Video duration: 00:58
  • Video type: 360° monoscopic
  • Audio: Stereo
  • Codec: H.264
  • Bitrate: 29 Mbps
  • Frame rate: 25 fps


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About Roman Forum

The forum used to be the centre of Ancient Rome, surrounded by the most important government buildings, temples, and arches of which, sadly, only fragments are left today. The complex is a mixture of styles and cultures. Some of the buildings are from the period of the Roman Kingdom (e.g. the Temple of Vesta), some are from the Republic era (e.g. the Curia Julia – the seat of the Senate) and some date to the Roman Empire period (e.g. the Arch of Titus and Arch of Septimius Severus). Some of the Ancient Roman buildings were later turned into Christian ones (e.g. the Temple of Antoninus Pius).

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