The square was built in 107 AD to commemorate the victory of the great Trajan in the expedition to Romania. Two huge libraries, two magnificent General Assembly Halls, the Tulajan Memorial Column of Victory still standing on the ruins, and rows of statues made up the most spectacular area of the city at the time.
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The large square named after Trajan, the important emperor of the great Roman Empire, is scattered with some rubble, and there are some undiscovered archaeological sites, which is a free area for viewing.
Trajan's Forum is located near Quirinal Hill, north of the Roman Forum. In the center of the square is a 30-meter-high Trajan Victory Column to commemorate the victory of the Roman Emperor Trajan in the Dakos War. Trajan’s Column was built in 113 and is famous for its spiral bas-relief. Next to Trajan’s Victory Column is a Church of the Virgin Mary (Santissimo Nome di Maria al Foro Traiano).
Dating from the year 113, the ruins of this forum again show the sophistication of the early Romans with its layout of temples, libraries and markets. Just an amazing place to look at.
Ancient monument in central Rome, Italy, next to the Piazza Venezia. It is the last Imperial Deliberative Square in Rome, built by Apollodorus in Damascus.
Trajan’s Square, the last imperial forum in Rome, and Trajan’s Column are really beautiful columns. The carvings are really exquisite and the reliefs are exquisite. It was built to commemorate Trajan's victory in conquering Dacia. The pillars of triumph, the ancient Roman Empire was really powerful, and such large-scale and exquisite pillars still exist today