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Anfiteatro Romano, Rimini

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  • Built in the 2nd Century during the reign of Emperor Hadrian, it was almost as large as the Colosseum in Rome in its time but Rimini's Roman amphitheatre is now just ruins. It is located a short walk ...  more »
  • This oval-shaped Roman amphitheater was built in the 2nd C. and is located on the outskirts of the historic center in Rimini. The ruins were rediscovered in 1843 and partially excavated in the 1960's....  more »
  • Unfortunately sits among the vegetation and a school above it near a hub for buses remained so little visible and closed by a wooden stockade closed (cmq low and easily crossed for a fleeting visit). Nothing of that. ... Only the imagination makes you think may have been a time cradle of antique shows.
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  • It is a work built between 119 and 138 d. Christ. It was destroyed in the early Middle Ages, because of the various vicissitudes of war that included the city. It originally had elliptical shape and substantial size: 118 meters in long axis and measured approximately 88 in that minor, the arena was 73 meters to 44; It is estimated could sleep up to 12,000 spectators. This work, entirely in brick, consisted of two rows of 60 arches of the same height, spaced out downstairs by Doric pilasters. From the porch you could access the perimeter corridor through two main entrances, placed to the North and South, leading directly into the arena, or through secondary entrances through numerous stairs blankets, made it possible to reach the bleachers. The cavea, ruled by an embankment of clay and gravel marina, had one order of bleachers that was able to place inferior corridor along the podium and an ambulatory set above the outside gallery. Bibliography sources consulted:-Angela Fontemaggi, Orietta Piolanti, Rimini. Archeological paths between land and sea, Rimini, Rimini, 2008; -Oriana Maroni, Marie Louise Samantha, history of Rimini, Cesena, the Ponte Vecchio, 1997; -Kumar Gaurav Ripa, for the history of the Archaeological Museum of Rimini, Rimini's analysis. History and archaeology for a Museum, Rimini, Rimini, 1980.
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  • The year 138 BC, should be an amazing streak, too bad they don't have care because, when I visited had some people drinking in your interior. But a great part of our history.
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  • Rimini is also history and cultura...ad Ariminum (268 BC) ran the via Flaminia and still today begins the via Emilia.
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  • Left almost to the carelessness; inside there were children playing quietly with bricks and remains of the walls and no keeper to be vigilant. Could offer more
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  • We must enhance the history culture through that there's the CIA has passed! Elsewhere these works would be dealt with prominently displayed and kept maniacally!
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