The Seven Hills Of Rome's Landscape

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Rome’s landscape is recognized by the Seven Hills Viminal, Quirinal, Palatine, Esquiline, Capitoline, Caelian, and Aventine, the Tiber River and to the west the Apennine Mountains. The seven hills in Rome each had separated wall that had cities within them. Capitoline Hill: the smallest of the hills located in the south-west. Known for being dedicated to the Roman god and goddesses Jupiter, Juno, and Minerva. Palatine Hill: some emperors built their palaces here on this hill. Aventine: a residential hill that is also known to be the most peaceful. Esquiline: the largest of all the hills and location of Nero’s House of Gold. Quirinal: before Aventine it was the most residential of all the hills. Viminal: a small crest next to Quirinal and

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