The Mausoleum of Augustus

The Colosseum, the Forum, the Pantheon, and numerous other sites of Ancient Rome are visited by millions of tourists each year. One site, however, has long been neglected—until now. Italian company Telecom Italia is donating €6 million for its restoration and is promising a multi-media display showcasing the history of Rome and the Emperor Augustus.


Giant mausoleum in Rome that held the remains of the emperor Augustus to be restored after decades of neglect

By Nick Squires

The Telegraph

January 16, 2017

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