The Forum of Caesar was the first of the Imperial forums and joins the Roman Forum. Gaius Julius Caesar consecrated it on September 26 of the year 46 BC. One and a half years before his murder. It was built because the Roman Forum was no longer sufficient for the business and administration of ancient Rome.
The well-known scientist and television author Piero Angela has produced this impressive multimedia show. In the forum of Caesar, he uses multimedia techniques to resurrect Roman life in the time of Caesar. The show begins with the documentation of the excavations carried out in the 1920s as part of the construction of Via dei Fori Imperiali. The show describes the Temple of Venus commissioned by Caesar and shows the importance of the forums for Roman life.
To follow the show, you’ll get headphones that let you hear music, special effects, and the story of Piero Angela. You can follow the explanations in eight languages: English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese.
June – November After sunset Forum of Augustus, Via dei Fori Imperiali Metro B station Cavour or Colosseo Bus 85, 87 stop Fori Imperiali, on foot from Piazza Venezia (numerous bus lines and tram 8) or from the Coliseum.
Get a taste of the show in this video: