When we visited Rome this year, I was surprised to learn of the Palentine Hill. It is near the Colusseum, but more importantly, it is the birth place of Rome. What I found surprising is that I never knew about Paleninte Hll. Being a teacher, I have a need to share what I know, so I hope you will be interested in learning more.
My trip to Rome was filled with many wonders including the saying, "All roads lead to Rome." It is true because their is an umbilicus marker of stone that lies just below Palenint Hill. All roads are measured from that point; therefore, the saying. "All roads lead to Rome."