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Mausoleo di Augusto

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Address: Piazza Augusto Imperatore | Campo Marzio, 00198 Rome, Italy
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This is the mausoleum of Augustus and it has been allowed to fall into disrepair. When we visited the site was covered in hoarding as the restoration work has started and there... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2017
Chris F
Ipswich, Australia
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Sofia, Bulgaria
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is the mausoleum of Emperor Augustus, at the moment there is a reconstruction. It is opposite the Ara Pacis Museum. It looks quite interesting outside.

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Roskilde, Denmark
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The mausuleum of Augustus has been in a sad condition for many years. But now restauration has begun. I cant wait to go back to Rome when all this great historical monument are made great again :-)

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Ipswich, Australia
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Reviewed 15 April 2017

This is the mausoleum of Augustus and it has been allowed to fall into disrepair. When we visited the site was covered in hoarding as the restoration work has started and there wasn't much to see.

1 Thank Chris F
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Reviewed 13 April 2017 via mobile

To be fair the Tomb of Caesar Augustus is obviously undergoing major renovations. The condition of the current site is depressing and unworthy of Rome's first Imperator but hopefully in time, perhaps 5 years, it will be restored to a historical place of significance in the world and especially Italy.

3 Thank jrdhist
Son caliu
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Reviewed 13 March 2017 via mobile

Well it's now March and still no work being done , still fenced , but any history buffs it's still worth a look to see the possibility of what this magnificent structure could and should be turned into , a great piece of history being neglected in a city full of history

1 Thank Ukdemon
Javea, Spain
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Reviewed 2 January 2017 via mobile

This was supposed to be a highlight of the trip after viewing Eat, Pray, Love but it has been shown no love. Blocked off and basically a building site, I really hope this place changes in the future. Not even a sign outside to tell you the history of this amazing building.

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Seminole, Florida
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Reviewed 22 December 2016 via mobile

View this while walking from Piazza di Popolo down the river bank to the Aras pacas. I wish it was a little better kept, but it's worth a look.

1 Thank Lorelei D
Coquitlam, Canada
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Reviewed 21 December 2016

We ventured to see as much as possible this mausoleum complex that is completely fenced off from the public. So much history and yet complex so neglected. Older than Hadrian's Mausoleum, Augusto's tomb used to house the ashes of various family members and other noted emperors. Amazing that it is still standing currently although sadly in need of restoration.

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Reviewed 18 November 2016 via mobile

Considering how important Augustus is in Roman history it is amazing that the Mausoleum has been ignored for so long. Work is ongoing and one hopes it will be somewhat restored in the future. For now, a 5 minute photo op on the way to Piazza Popolo or Spanish Steps is all you need.

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Reviewed 25 July 2016 via mobile

You would think that the mausoleum to the first emperor of Rome would be a treasured building and well preserved. Unfortunately you would be wrong. Apparently it has been promised for many years to be restored but there are no signs of anything going on. Just overgrown with lots of weeds, such a shame. They really need to restore this... More 

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