This is right across the street from the Roman forum and Victor Emanuelle monument. You can't walk through it, but view it from the sidewalk. Unlike the Forum, there are very good signs with history (Italian and English), architectural drawings, and pictures showing what it was believed to actually look like with everything marbled and stuccoed. There are even fairly large areas with what look like original marble flooring. This should be on everyone's list but I bet many tourists miss this wonderful bit of history.
There are NO crowds and it is easily accessible. Figure 30 minutes to view this and the Trajan forum next door.
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