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Colosseo

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Piazza del Colosseo, Rome, 00184

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Colosseum (Colosseo) - Rome - Reviews of Colosseum (Colosseo) - TripAdvisor
Have just returned from a week in Rome and have got a few tips I thought I would share. The Colosseum is definitely worth a visit even if it셲 just to say you have been there. From the ou...
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Colosseo, Rome - Reviews of Colosseo - IgoUgo
This is amazing! You can get the full effect without going inside, but it really is fun to go inside and imagine life way back when. The lines to go in were very long in August, so get there early or sign up with a tour that gets in separately. Make sure to see the different colors on the outside wh...
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The Colosseum, Rome - Reviews of The Colosseum - IgoUgo
One fascinating aspect is the different phases of its restoration. On the exterior facade and the interior areas, you are able to see a number of distinctly different building materials and techniques: rough marble blocks, jagged thin bricks, dark asphalt-looking surface, blond neat bricks, etc. The...
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Athena Review Image Archive: Rome: The Colosseum exterior
Perhaps the best known monument of ancient Rome, the Colosseum was built by the Flavian emperors (Vespacian, Titus, and Domitian) on the site of th...
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The Colosseum (Colosseo) - Rome Italy - Review of The Colosseum (Colosseo)
Now a mere shell, the Colosseum still remains ancient Rome's greatest architectural legacy. Vespasian ordered the construction of the elliptical bowl, called the Amphitheatrum Flavium, in A.D. 72; it was inaugurated by Titus in A.D. 80 with a bloody combat between gladiators and wild beasts that las...
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iExplore Community: Colosseum - Rome, Italy
Just opposite the metro entrance it is in a good location for those unable to walk too far. The queues can be daunting and the waiting time can be long with nowhere to sit. A good tip is to walk to the Palatine by the Forum (entrance opposite the Colosseum past the Arch of Constantine)and buy your t...
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Travel Channel community: The Colosseum - Rome, Italy
The Flavian Amphitheater, as it was truly named, was in no doubt ahead of its time. The 2,000-year-old stadium with its four stories and 80 entrances would be impressive if built today. That it was completed inside of ten years during ancient times is dumbfounding. Operated by slaves, massive treadm...
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Travel Channel community: Colosseum - Rome, Italy
Just opposite the metro entrance it is in a good location for those unable to walk too far. The queues can be daunting and the waiting time can be long with nowhere to sit. A good tip is to walk to the Palatine by the Forum (entrance opposite the Colosseum past the Arch of Constantine)and buy your t...
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