The Roman Forum with the Coliseum and the Piazza del Campidoglio are the heart of the antique Roman city. The area, located between the Palatine and Capitoline Hills, is filled with structures which reflect life 2,000 years ago. Among the iconic monuments are the Coliseum theatre, the Arch of Constantine, the ruins of the Fori Imperiali with or the amazing Domus Aurea. The Capitoline Hill is home to one of Europe's most famous museums, the Musei Capitolini complex. Located in Renaissance palaces, it is the world's oldest public collection (1754) and shows ancient Roman arts.