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In collaboration with the Gruppo Storico Romano

"...Today the Roman Historical Group stands out in the world of re-enactment of ancient Rome and is unanimously recognized as one of the leading groups in Italy and in the world."

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".... Let us therefore make a fantastic hypothesis, that Rome is not a human settlement, but a psychic entity with a similarly long and rich past, an entity in which nothing of what once acquired existence has disappeared, in which alongside the most recent development phase, all the previous phases continue to exist. "

Sigmund Freud 1856–1939

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Monuments rebuilt with AI

16 Monuments and 60 shutter points, all made through 3D modeling and implementation of new features through AI Artificial Intelligence for a unique photographic experience.

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The Circus Maximus is an ancient Roman circus which is located at Rome. It is remembered as a venue for games since the beginning of the history of the city.

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The basilica Giulia (formerly the basilica of Gaius and Lucius) is an ancient civil basilica Roman, erected in the first century AC, which flanks the square of the Roman Forum.

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The Colosseum, originally known as the Flavian Amphitheater. Located in the center of the city of Rome, it is the largest  roman amphitheater in the world. 

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Its official name was aedes o templum Castoris, but in the sources it is also found named as aedes Castorum o aedes Castoris et Pollucis, dedicated to the Dioscuri .

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The Emilia basilica is a basilica built in the Roman Forum of ancient Rome. Although only surviving in the form of ruins, it is the only survivor of the Republican era.

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The temple of Venus Genetrix is a Roman temple inaugurated in 46 BC, which dominated the north-western side of the forum of Caesar in Rome.

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The basilica of Maxentius, more properly of Constantine, is the last and largest civil basilica in the monumental center of Rome, formerly located on the Velia hill.

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The temple of Divo Giulio (aedes Divi Iulii) is a temple dedicated to Gaius Julius Caesar, deified after his death, located in Rome in the Roman Forum.

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The temple of Vesta is a small round temple (tholos) located at the eastern end of the Roman Forum in Rome, along the Via Sacra next to the Regia and the House of the Vestals.

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he temple of Venus and Rome (templum Veneris et Romae; in late antiquity known as templum urbis) was the largest known temple of ancient Rome.

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The temple of Mars Ultor is an ancient Roman temple, which served as a scenographic closure to the bottom side of the forum of Augustus in Rome.

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The temple of Saturn was built in the Roman Forum in Rome in the early years of the Republican age and underwent numerous restorations until the late 4th century.

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Temple of Vespasian and Titus, is a temple located in Rome, at the foot of the Capitoline Hill towards the Roman Forum and dedicated to the emperor Vespasian.

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The basilica Ulpia was, at the time of its construction, the largest basilica in Rome, inserted in the complex of the Trajan's Forum and dedicated to his family.

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The Stadium of Domitian (Circus Agonalis) is the first example of a masonry stadium of Greco-Roman antiquity, reserved for athletic competitions (running, wrestling, boxing).

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Circo Massimo - Before and After

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Basilica Ulpia - Before and After

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Colosseo - Before and After

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Circo Massimo - Before and After

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