House Of Livia - Roman Forums

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  • Address: Via di S. Gregorio, 30, 00186 Roma RM, Italy, Rome
  • Phone: +39-06699841
  • Tags: Historical Site
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Rome is filled with spectacular sites of great historical importance. One such site is the House of Livia. The site was excavated in the year 1839, and went on to expose a 2 storeyed house with bedrooms, atrium, bathrooms, corridors, and also went beyond to uncover shops and streets! While preservation of this site was of utmost importance, it can proudly boast of the atrium being the most well preserved part of the site. While the floor is decorated with a mosaic design, the walls too unveil artwork. Every small painting tells a different story, one that is more interesting than the other. Visit this site to be amazed by the archaic architecture, and the legends that surround it.

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  • House Of Livia - Roman Forums Address: Via di S. Gregorio, 30, 00186 Roma RM, Italy, Rome
  • House Of Livia - Roman Forums Contact Number: +39-06699841
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  • 95% of people start their House Of Livia - Roman Forums visit around 7 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see House Of Livia - Roman Forums


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House Of Livia - Roman Forums Reviews & Ratings

  • Similar to Augustus house. Loved it! You really go back 2000 years inside these houses.

  • Step back in tie and walk in the footsteps of history. The lower storey of House of Livia, liberated once again from the earth and rubble that the house was deliberatly filled with to create the foundation for the new Temple of Apollo above. Just three rooms with frescoes survive but they are beautiful. An audio-visula presentation helps idstinguish some of the more faded portions. One of the "star attractions" on the Palatine Hill but access is restricted to ticket holders. Try not to miss.

  • Amazing, definitely one of the highlights of my trip to Rome. It's part of the SUPER ticket that you can buy from the Coop culture website.

  • Part of super ticket waste of money as it closes early,1pm. You can't see anything if program is running, 1 room at a time is lighted up, so you have to wait. Soured the experience

  • This was a most exciting and unexpected find on the outskirts of Rome. The curator gave us a wonderful background to the history (in Italian) and the archaeology. It is a wonderful mini Pompeii with hundreds of years of settlement caught in it's soil, all clearly visible in the cleverly layered dig with different centuries of floors exposed. The pieces of frescoes, simple to complicated tiled floors and the highlight of Livia's intact room of the original villa, several feet below current ground level, all set in magnificent park like grounds, led to a most satisfying and enlightening visit. I can't wait to see what further digs unveil. There are now regular hours for visiting. Take a picnic hamper in summer or a thermos in winter. You won't regret it.

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