Where did the Roman gods live?
The Romans borrowed quite a bit of mythology from the Greeks, so I at first assumed that the Roman gods lived somewhere similar, if not in the exact same place (though perhaps with the mountain renamed and moved somewhere else). Strangely enough, though, I have not been able to find any ancient accounts that make that claim - nor any mention of the home of the Roman gods at all, save for on a certain (rather untrustworthy and often inaccurate) question-and-answer site.
Where did the Roman gods live? Were they said to live on Mount Olympus (or an equivalent place), or was their home somewhere else?
 O magne Olympi rector et mundi arbiter,
Jam statue tandem gravibus aerumnis modum
[213-4] Sequitur a primo statim infesta Juno
From his very birth relentless Juno has pursued him.
Hence, the Roman equivalent of Olympos is Olympos.
Seneca wrote this after Greece had been absorbed into the Empire, which means this was probably infected with the Greek influence that the question was trying to separate out.