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Lupa Romana is a rather innocuous sculpture capping a column on the side of Palazzo Senatorio in the Piazza del Campidoglio. It depicts the she wolf nursing the twins Romulus and Remus. Very easy to miss as it is set up against the side of...More
Lupa Romana is a beautiful sculpture, near the Capitoline area. It is a lovely depiction of the She-Wolf and the twins, Romulus and Remus. The Animal is suckling the twins. They are considered, in one of many myths, as the founders of ancient Rome. Rome...More
I saw the Lupa Romana during my exciting three hour tour of Rome with Italy Segway costing us 75 Euros each and good value. I was on a weekend visit with friends from Bwrdd Crwn Caergybi, Cymru / Holyhead Round Table, Wales on our annual...More
This is a surprisingly small statue and not very easy to photograph with any meaning as it is near the wall and on a plinth. The kids loved the idea of it, but wanted a closer look. Worth visiting but expectations certainly need managing.