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Regio VII - Via Lata

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Named for the ending section of the Via Flaminia (one of Rome's several highways.) This region of Rome is famous for Ganymede Fountain, and as being an entrance to the Campus Martius.


Poppina Via Lata

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Poppinas were establishments much like restaurants or bars today. They could be considered equivalent to taverns. The Poppina Via Lata (an AeRo creation) is the largest tavern in the city, and famous for its two separate buildings: one for the upper-class, and one for the lower-class.

Villa Publica

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A building constructed by Augustus where foreign dignitaries were welcomed to Rome by the Caesars. Any meetings between foreign kings and Rome occur within these halls.

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