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Roman Amphitheatre, Ancona

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  • If you look closely through a wire fence, you can see that something once stood there. However, without the modern addition of seating, it would be hard to tell it was a Roman Amphitheatre.  more »
  • The Roman amphitheatre, located at 50 meters above sea level, constitutes together with the Arch of Trajan, the Roman city's most important architectural work. Its building is thought to date from the time of Caesar Augustus and that then has changed in the time of Trajan. Today is often used as a place where visitors can watch the performances of lyric and poetry. Look at the beautiful terraces, which are even now imagine how much would be nice!
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  • I mean, if you go to the Cardeto Park you can take a small detour to see it, but go there on purpose is not worth it. Very little remains and what there is is not very accessible and intelligible!.
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  • During spring 2017 it was under renovation so it was not possible to visit it. Doesn't look like much compared to the ones in Rome.
  • If only it were more valued.
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  • Beautiful. To visit in all its extension
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  • Visited on the occasion of the representation of the Nativity ... really impressive
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  • Sin finding the archaeological area closed.
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