In Piata Roma, at the entrance to Strada Lipscani, is this statue of the Roman wolf nurturing Romulus and Remus. A replica of a similar monument in Rome, it was a presented to the city by the Italian state in 1906, to signify Romania's Latin origins. Officially called the Lupa Capitolina, it has led a nomadic existence, and was most recently kept in Piata Romana. It moved back here to its original location in 2010. There are three other identical statues around Romania, in Cluj, Targu Mures and Timisoara.