Supported by Italian Bankers' Association it has already become a tradition that one day a year some of the works of art and hidden masterpieces kept in the palaces of Italian banks are made available for public, and free of charge. This is a unique opportunity both for italians and tourists to admire variety of trends and tastes in art and architecture of various periods - from 18th century palaces to neo classical buildings, as well a designs of contemporary architects.
Largo di Torre Argentina is a square in Rome, that hosts four Republican Roman temples, and the remains of Pompey's Theatre. Julius Caesar was killed in the Curia of the Theatre of Pompey, and the spot he was believed to be assassinated is in the square. (Largo del Torre Argentina/Via di San Nicola de Cesarini)