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CIRCO MASSIMO

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Via dei Cerchi 83
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It was the largest stadium of the ancient Rome, popular for its chariot races. Its first wooden structure was built in 329 BC, but a fire destroyed it. Emperor Augustus rebuilt it and added a large obelisk as decoration, today visible in Piazza del Popolo. The Circus became a stone construction, the Marble Stadium, more than 600m long and 150m wide during Trajan reign.

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