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Ruins

Palazzo di Settimio Severo is a palace in name, but in reality there is virtually nothing left... read more

Reviewed November 12, 2017
Dimitris L
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Sydney, Australia
An extension of Domus Augustana

The Palace of Septimius Severus is an extension of Domus Augustana and situated south of the... read more

Reviewed May 18, 2015
BradJill
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Hong Kong, China
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Nov 12, 2017
“Ruins”
May 18, 2015
“An extension of Domus Augustana”
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On Rome's Palatine can visitors view the relics of the Palace including a wide stadium once used for games and races.
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Reviewed November 12, 2017

Palazzo di Settimio Severo is a palace in name, but in reality there is virtually nothing left there of a palazzo. Obviously in its heyday it was an extravagant place, and the ruins are there to remind us of that fact. Very little to see,...More

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Reviewed May 18, 2015

The Palace of Septimius Severus is an extension of Domus Augustana and situated south of the stadium on the far side of Palatine Hill. The palace was constructed alongside the edge of Palatine Hill, requiring buttress structures to give it support. This is where outdoor...More

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Reviewed June 17, 2014

After watching a most of Rome's monument, a Palace of Severus is JUST a ruins with some history. Very little left of the it. After 30 seconds I was bored. Skip it.

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Reviewed November 17, 2013

Although wealthy Romans had built on the Palatine for centuries, it became the primary area for emperors to build after Augustus who lived there in a modest house for over 40 years. Later the main palace here was built by Domitian in 81 AD, but...More

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