According to Roman legend, Romulus and Remus were suckled by a she-wolf after washing up on the southwest slope of the Palatine Hill. The wolf feeding the twins is a symbol of Rome (and Siena). The foundation legends of the Romans may be totally fabricated but at least they are rooted in food and drink! You can see the most famous version of the trio at the Capitoline Museums, open for at a reduced admission of just 4 euros for Culture Week, today through April 25.