Legend has it that the roots of the city of Rome are located on this hill. Indeed, the earliest buildings of Rome were built right here - the first citadel of the city, the "Institute," the most symbolic building called Mundus, and the square around it.
The Emperors came here to build their own palaces, the ruins of which are scattered on this hill. In the year 1000, monasteries were established in this place. Today, couples arrive to be photographed on their wedding day.
Notice the interesting shape of the hill, which resembles an incomplete square. This was also the reason the hill was called "Square Rome."
Today there is a museum open to the public on the hill.