Picture Of Model Of Rome Circus Maximus Colisee

Picture Of Model Of Rome Circus Maximus Colisee

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Circus Maximus

The Circus Maximus (or in Italian Circo Massimo) was one of the greatest entertainment venues of the ancient world. It was used for entertainment and in religious purposes. Some consider it as a predecessor of modern circuses. Today is a city park.

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