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Milan's Roman Amphitheatre (Anfiteatro Romano), Milan
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  • Despite me being born, lived, and raised in Milan, I've always ignored the existence of a Roman Amphitheater in my town. In fact today there remains practically nothing of the huge building, which is well illustrated reconstructions in Archaeological Park, had to be at the time. My layman's feeling and that you could try to dig even much around, and that much of the stone foundations, minimally visible today, might come to light. The strengths are there anyway. First, the visit is completely free, the signage is clear and in good repair, there's a Museum (also free) small but well organized, and the Park is pleasant to turn on a beautiful sunny day
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  • I am passionate about archeology and history of Milan, therefore recommend the visit absolutely! Entered the Park, through the evidence of a Roman domus, partly adapted to Museum, you see only one set of plates on the ground, remember a part of the circular structure of the Arena. Imagine if that show had to be, with all the life that revolved around! Very nice among the gravestone of a Gladiator, picture, with its combat weapons.
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  • Almost two thousand years ago this place was a huge amphitheatre. Now preserved partial fragments of foundations. Based on their location, you can get an idea of the size of the building.
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