Mausoleum of Augustus to undergo restoration
Published on April 14th, 2014 | by Sevaan Franks0
Built in 28BC and as broad as a city block, the cylindrical mausoleum has seen better days after being sacked, bombed and built upon down the centuries. It was used as a bullfighting ring and a concert hall before it was finally abandoned, recently becoming a hangout for prostitutes and a handy toilet for tramps.
Story: Tom Kington, The Guardian | Photo: The Guardian