Our hood into the Colosseum.
The Colosseum and the Forum.
The Eiffel tower Colosseum.
The Amphitheatrum Flavium the Colosseum.
I'll see the Colosseum from a taxicab.
They should sing this at the Colosseum.
The Colosseum was finished relatively recently, all things considered.
They took apart the Colosseum to build their outhouses.
The possibility of playing in the Colosseum mode will be included.
According to modern estimates, the Colosseum could accommodate about 50,000 people.
In 80AD Titus held 100 day games to celebrate the Colosseum opening.
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The site of the Colosseum was actually heavily populated back in the day.
The Colosseum is the largest and greatest building built during the Roman empire.
The Church continued to have a hold on the Colosseum well into the 1800s.
Today I found out that the Colosseum in Rome wasn't finished until 80 AD;
The Colosseum is, of course,
a popular tourist attraction, with millions of people visiting every year.
The oval Colosseum had a capacity of 50,000 people,
which was not common in that time.
The Colosseum was largely funded by money taken
from the Jewish Temple at the Siege of Jerusalem.
Even though the line of tourists can seem endless, the Colosseum is not to be missed.
This required come clever thinking, because as we all know, the Colosseum is far from operational.
The Colosseum and the Forum are right next to each other in Rome,
so I included them together.
The Colosseum- an amphitheater with arcades and half columns-
is an example of the Roman Empire's architectural innovation.
The Colosseum replaced the Circus as the prime space for gladiatorial shows
and staged animal hunts, called venatio.
Wouldn't a free, virtual reality tour of the Colosseum help a tour operator sell more holidays to Rome?
It won't be wrong to say that the Colosseum is one of the most important buildings of Rome.
The Colosseum was capable of housing about 50,000 spectators
who could enter the building through more than 80 entrances.
The Colosseum and the Forum are right next to each other in Rome, so I included them together.
The Colosseum was capable of hosting about 50,000 spectators
who could enter the building through more than 80 gates.