Not far from the Colosseum, it is part of the Roman ruins that includes tickets to visit. Near the central avenue in the old plan, it can be seen that the politicians in Rome at that time liked competitive games very much.
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stadium massimo, this is the largest arena, of course it is now abandoned and has launched a historical stage. Functionally, it has become a venue similar to a heritage park. It occupies a really large area and still has some traces of the ruins. It is well managed.
The largest sports arena in ancient Rome, where countless horse-drawn carriage races and sports competitions have taken place, a large arena with a capacity of 250,000 spectators, and now only a vague outline remains at the site. It is now a good place for Roman citizens to run and walk their dogs. place……
After visiting the ruins of the ancient Colosseum, we passed the Arch of Constantine to the Mouth of Truth, passing by the Maximus Arena on the way. There is no trace of time, and all you can see now is such a wide open depression. My girl went down and ran a little circle
The Mouth of Truth (Bocca della verità) walk along the Marcello Theater Avenue on the right hand side of the Vittoriano Memorial Hall for about 15 minutes. We are coming from the other direction to the Santa Maria in Cosmedian Church. This is an ancient Roman manhole cover with the head of Poseidon. It was found on the outer wall of the church in 1632 and is famous for the bridge in the movie "Roman Holiday". It is said that if anyone does not tell the truth, it will bite his hand. Tourists who come here for sightseeing put their hands in their mouths to try if their hands will be bitten. Because thousands of hands stretched out in the mouth of truth, this big mouth has been sharpened by people's fingers. The building of the church itself was built in the 6th century and decorated with Collint columns and Byzantine-style mosaic paintings. It is also worth seeing. In front of the church still remains the remains of the Temple of Fontena, the oldest surviving temple in Rome.