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  OPPIAN HILL GARDENS
OPPIAN HILL GARDENS
Image 1: View of the entrance railing to the Oppian hill gardens from the Piazza del Colosseo
Access to the Oppian Hill Gardens is from the end of the slope of the viale della Domus Aurea; the park was carried out by Raffaele De Vico in 1928-32. With an area of 11 hectares it is situated among the Baths of Trajan, the Labicana street and the Mecenate street and partially covers the gardens of the Brancaccio Palace. Inside the park are the remains of the Domus Aurea and the Baths of Trajan.
The upper part of the hill, archaeological park containing the ruins of the Baths of Trajan, was instead carried out by Antonio Munoz in 1935-36.

Location: Rione Monti (Monti District)
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