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Largo di Torre Argentinain Rome, Italy

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On the square are the ruins of the temples of the Roman republic and the place where Julius Caesar was assassinated.
Largo di Torre Argentina, Rome
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.

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#14Feed the cats in the ruins of Largo di Torre Argentina in RomeFeed the cats in the ruins of Largo di Torre Argentinaoddviser

In one of the most beautiful cat shelters you can feed the cats and play with them.

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Even living on the other side of the planet, anyone can become a sponsor for a Roman cat.

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