Site Believed to Be Where Caesar Was Killed Open for Public Viewing
It’s believed to be an ancient crime scene that history buffs will want to see. After years of work to make it more accessible, Largo Argentina Square in Rome will welcome visitors with new areas and exhibits to explore. A walkway has been created so guests can get closer to the ancient site, where it is believed Roman ruler Julius Caesar was killed by a group of rival senators in 44 B.C. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.