Stables are sheds built for animals, particularly horses.
Before the liberation of Rome, the city's stables were in disrepair and disuse. In 1511, Niccolò Machiavelli met with Ezio Auditore da Firenze. After dispatching a nearby Borgia tower, Ezio renovated a stable, allowing the pair to navigate Rome by horseback. Ezio renovated more stables in the city, increasing the amount of available horses in Rome and the amount of money in received in banks.