Now, we will travel 80 years back in time. To look, what changed history once and for all. It was bad weather. Thunderstorms and floods in northern Germania forced Germans to stop fighting with Romans, and rescue their homes from devastating disaster. The Romans exploited it, and attacked the Germans, who had other problems this time. Romans pushed them to the Rhein river, that time much bigger for floods. Germans mostly drowned, and remnants fled to north. Marcus Aurelius, the Caesar, conquered whole area in the South of the Rhein. Germans were weakened... Take look on this newspaper:
... After that Roman empire became the greatest empire on the whole Earth. But, Germans may strike back anytime. Roman empire has not certain world dominance. What will happen? Stop with "history" now, and take look at the Optimia. Now on the other Places of Interest, including squares and plazas.
The Colonade of Trajan
The Colonade of Trajan was built in year 231. It is three miles long, and expenses were more than 20.000.000 sestercii(600.000.000 $). It includes canals on both sides, gold-covered pavement and more than 40 statues and 100 columns. It leads from the crater of Solfer to the coastline.
The Square of Athena
Square of Athena is one of the most monumental squares in the whole city. It includes golden statues of owl, and a big column, and some gardens. Built in year 214 a.d.
This square was built in the honor of Ceres, goddess of farming and agriculture. There are many gardens around it too, with many statues.
The Square of Pompeius
Square of Pompeius is most popular square in whole optimia. There are many gardens, fountains, and the largest fountain in whole Optimia too - the Venus fountain, full of coins.
The Square of Marcus Aurelius
Square of Marcus Aurelius is known for the big monument in the center, and gardens. Built in honor of his victory in Germania.