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In 64 A.D. a devastating fire happened in Rome. As a result, at the heart of the city there appeared a place for the construction of a giant palace that the emperor Nero dreamt about. The palace was laid down on the slopes of the Esquiline and the Palatine, close to the Roman Forum (on the site of the Coliseum). It is known as the Domus Aurea or the Golden House of Nero. It was the biggest palace in Europe after the Forbidden City in China.