Author: Natalie Di Pasquale

11.07.17

A Melbourne place where Caesar or Cicero would hang about to pursue their public career

The Roman forum was a public space: the key political, ritual and civic center. If I were to compare it to a modern day equivalent in Melbourne, then Cafè Brunetti in Carlton meets the criteria. It is my third year working at Brunetti and it has been more than a part time job while attending … Continue reading A Melbourne place where Caesar or Cicero would hang about to pursue their public career

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