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Gary,  Australia Australia
04 Sep 2023
This is my third time in Rome and I discovered this by accident. I’m delighted I did. If you have an interest in Ancient Rome this is a “must visit”.
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Miguel,  United States United States
05 Aug 2023
Uncovering another of Rome’s underground spaces was a unique experience! I have been waiting for a long time to visit this relatively new w Honorio n and it did not disappoint.
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Jeannie,  United States United States
24 Oct 2023
Very useful.!!! On the walk to the desired destination it would alert me of near by monuments etc.
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About: The Stadium of Domitian

The Stadium of Domitian was commissioned by Emperor Titus Flavius Domitianus in 80 AD (the same year he also completed the Colosseum). The stadium is located to the north of Rome's Campus Martius and it was Rome's first permanent venue for athletic sports. In its heyday, it could hold up to 20,000 spectators.

This impressive UNESCO site is linked to Piazza Navona, which was built 4.5 meters above the ruins. Entry to the underground stadium has only been open to the public since 2014.

The Stadium of Domitian
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The Stadium of Domitian
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