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The Curia of ancient Rome was the place where the Senate met to discuss the making of laws and take decisions about the affairs of the Republic. The original Curia building was built, according to legend, by the king Tullus Hostilius in the Forum Romanum at the foot of the Capitoline Hill. The building was later demolished to make way for a more imposing structure.
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