Saepta Julia

Saepta Julia (StreetView)
Saepta Julia was a building in Ancient Rome where citizens of Rome would gather to cast votes. It was built under the command Julius Caesar and dedicated to Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa in 26 BC.

The building was located right beside the Pantheon and its remains are still visible today.
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