Mercati di Traiano: restorations
The restoration and seismic improvement operations of the complex called Trajan's Markets, began in February 2004, are the most demanding intervention so far that the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage of Rome has launched in the area seventy years after the interventions of "liberation" and "restoration" of the Governorate of Rome.
These are operations currently being optimized regarding the upper part of the complex (Great Hall and Central Building), while for the lower part (Great Hemicycle and Head Halls), bordering the Trajan's Forum, the executive project was elaborated and approved by the competent State Superintendencies.
The purpose of the restorations carried out and those being planned is to keep the legibility and usability of the Roman monument as much unaltered as possible, and at the same time to offer to the widest possible audience the real perception of the volumes and constructive complexity of the Forums. through the recomposition of architectural parties and the use of multimedia tools recomposing and contextualising the archaeological findings "virtually".