The principles of Roman architecture echoed the traditions of Ancient Greece: in Rome, the principle of symmetry and columns were also involved in the construction. The appearance of a pagan Roman temple often repeated a Greek temple.
Roman architecture brought splendor of decor, military motives (for example, the arrangement of triumphal arches), arched and domed structures to the buildings. In addition, a special type of public architectural structures – the basilica – appeared in Rome, which formed the basis for the construction of Christian churches.
Today elements and types of structures of Greek and Roman architecture are widely used in European and Russian urban planning.
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