Caesar’s Grave

Where is Julius Caesar buried?

Right in the Roman Forum.

To be more accurate, the grave site actually marks the ruins of the Temple of Caesar. Caesar was cremated and thus has no grave or tomb, but people still leave flowers and notes on the altar.

It’s easy to miss if you’re exploring the Foro Romano alone because it’s located behind a low wall. ┬áKeep an eye out for it next time you visit Rome!


3 Responses to Caesar’s Grave

  1. Royce says:

    That’s like a classic Italian historic site. Not just because it has unbelievable history, but because modern Italians are apparently so used to it being there that they don’t take any particular care of it. Or make a big deal out of it.

    Have you ever seen Napoleon’s tomb? I know he died a little more recently, but my God – that is like the craziest 7-part casket-tomb of all time. King Tut is rolling over in his sarcophagus, he’s so jealous.

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  3. MURIEL KATT says:

    you would think this would be in a guidebook or something like that. maybe as you wrote italians are used to it so they dont think much of it, after all it has been over 2000 years ago that this happened, but at least we mark where our people of this country have marked our leaders graves, John Kennedy, Lincoln. and so on. But they dont let you know where Romes most famous man is buried thats a good one. well have fun if your going and say a prayer for the dead,

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