The light show, developed using the latest technology, will use special effects, colours and music to illuminate the Forum. The images will show daily life in ancient Rome as well as recreate the ancient temple. Augustus built the temple in honour of his great-uncle Julius Caesar following his assassination in 42BC. The images will also show the temple as it stood in Roman times, as a tall nine storey building that dominated the Forum, together with a 12m high statue of Augustus which only a few parts remain today.
The narration of the light show will be transmitted via headphones in six languages: Italian, English, French, Russian, Spanish and Japanese.
Travellers on Vita Italian Tours have the unique opportunity to see the Forum of Augustus in our popular Grand Tour of Italy.
For more information on the exhibit visit the official website: www.turismoroma.it