Aemilia basilica - Roma

Built between in 179 B.C. by two consuls Marcus Aemilianus and Marcus Fulvius, the basilica Aemilia was a great hall of a lenght of 100 metres divided into 3 naves. As an important meeting point, it housed many shops and pleasant terraces. Later, it became a place dedicated to political matters and justice where politicians, usurers and tax collectors gathered. Today only remain the columns and shops' vestiges.

Address : Roma Italy

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