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Place name: Largo di Torre Argentina

In this area it was found during excavations of four temples, and since no one knows what gods they were dedicated, they were called simply - A, B, C, D.

It is believed that near the temple A, in the Curia of Pompey's Theater, March 15, 44 BC, Julius Caesar was assassinated.

At the end of the last century, a shelter for cats was organized here, which became the most famous in the world. Cats bask in the ruins of ancient temples, and then go to eat in a small room of a shelter Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary.

Region: Rome, Italy

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Feed the cats in the ruins of Largo di Torre Argentina in Rome
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In one of the most beautiful cat shelters you can feed the cats and play with them.

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