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Anfiteatro Romano, Rimini
Categories: Ruins, Monuments, Tourist Spots
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Questo anfiteatro si presta soprattutto per uno spuntino veloce del barbone di turno. Infatti, siamo rimasti perplessi nel constatare che non ci fosse alcun controllo per evitare l'intrusione di perso... read more »This amphitheatre is suitable especially for a quick snack of the poodle. In fact, we were perplexed to find that there was no check to prevent the intrusion of people using such monument to dine, aided by the somewhat secluded place than the urban context. The visit to the Amphitheatre was inevitably fleeting due to the precarious security situation that had arisen. To highlight that this monument was unearthed only partially and not dutifully managed and controlled by the Provost. Big disappointment!show original
L'Anfiteatro fu costruito sotto l'imperatore Adriano nel II secolo d.C. . Tornò alla luce grazie agli scavi del 1843-44. Si trovava nella periferia della città, che allora si chiamava Ariminum. All'ep... read more »The Amphitheatre was built under the emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century AD. He returned to light thanks to the excavations of 1843-44. Located on the outskirts of the city, then called Ariminum. At that time, the sea was near the amphitheatre, practically came to via Roma. The amphitheatre could accommodate 10,000 spectators. The proximity to the sea allowed him to fill it with water to simulate the naval battles. For comparison: the Roman Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheatre) measured 187.77 x 165.64 meters while the amphitheatre measured 117.7 x 88 metres from Rimini. Was the construction of the amphitheatre to elevate the rank of Ariminum. In later centuries became a lazzaretto, then was abandoned to itself.show original
Sito archeologico molto interessante. Peccato sia visibile, solo parzialmente, dall'esterni. Non è visitabile e risulta, quindi, un'occasione mancataVery interesting archaeological site. Sin is visible, in part, from the outside. Is not open to the public and is, therefore, a missed opportunityshow original
Marco PaglioniGood potential, but always closed, and sacrificed in a corner.show original
Michela TentoniNot well maintained to be a Roman amphitheatreshow original
Mario Venturinilittle known gem of Rimini romanashow original
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