Strolling around the area of the Foro Olitorio (opposite the modern Palazzo dell’Anagrafe), it is possible to see the archaeological area known as the Sacred Area of S. Omobono from the outside.
The area was discovered in 1936-1937 during the works done for the opening of Via del Mare. It takes its name from the church of the same name that rises above the ancient structures. The presence of the oldest example of a Tuscan temple in Rome, dating from the mid-sixth century B.C. and traditionally attributed to King Servius Tullius, gave considerable importance to the discovery.
The monument is also visible from the outside
Open to organized groups upon reservation only.
Max 25 people per group.