Via Sacra is one of the many amazing tourist sites in Rome. Via Sacra, meaning the sacred road, is the Main Street and widest road in Rome. In Roman history this road was used for many religious festivals. This road was very important to the city. The Via Sacra led from the Pomerium to the foot of the Capitoline hill, upon which the temple of Jupiter was situated. Its main use was as a parade route for a triumphing general, who showed off his spoils of war.