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Anfiteatro Romano, Urbisaglia

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  • Erected in the first century after Christ, this Roman amphitheatre is one of the best preserved in Italy. Elliptical, could hold more than 5000 people. The walls have brick cladding and area of opus reticulatum mixtum. The arena you can observe the 12 vomitoria with a vaulted ceiling from which they entered the spectators to sit in the stands to watch the shows of the Gladiators. Through the door Libitinensis, door dedicated to the goddess of death, Libitina, were made out of those who had fallen during the fighting. You can still see the pipes, covered in Capuchin, the flow and the flow of water that needed to clean up the arena from the blood.
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  • This historic place hosts each summer shows treatrali organized by the commune of Urbisaglia. Very interesting to see one, makes you feel part of the Roman era.
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  • Part of the larger vast Roman town near Urbisaglia and covered by the entry ticket for the whole ruins (see separate review on Parco Archeologico di Urbs Salvia) and the close by abbey at Fiastra (see...  more »
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  • Very impressive, shame about the fence poorly suited
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