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Circo romano, Merida
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É muito grande, assim como todos os sítios de Mérida! Tem que estar preparado pra caminhar! Vale a pena!It's too big, as well as all sites of Mérida. You have to be prepared to walk! It's worth it!show original
La visita está bien, pero no la recomiendo para nada en épocas de altas temperaturas. La vuelta al circo rondando los 40º no es nada saludable!!!The visit is good, but I do not recommend it for anything in times of high temperatures. The return to the circus around the 40th is not healthy!show original
Era uno de los mas importantes del imperio. Es uno de los pocos ejemplares de su género que puede apreciarse en toda su planta. Se construyo poco después de la fundación de Mérida. Su estructura alarg... read more »It was one of the most important of the Empire. It is one of the few of its kind that can be seen throughout your plant. I was built shortly after the founding of Mérida. Its elongated structure consists of two major parallel sides and two minors, one that closes in semicircle and the other which makes it slightly mixed curving ends online. The bleachers with a capacity for 30,000 spectators. Developed in the sand races beamed pulled by 2 horses or chariots pulled by 4 horses. Each test noted 7 laps. Is very possible that with the implementation of the Christianity began the decline of the circus. Amazing visit and be in the sand imagining races and all full of spectators.show original
The scope of the circus is quite impressive, I could really get a sense of the racetrack and imagine charioteers tumbling to gruesome deaths. While not much remains besides a stone outline of the track and stands, it still is impressive.
One of the best places (historical) I have ever visited in my life!
Dovidena del CampoIt is much better preserved than the circus of Rome. Impress which is big and imagine four running through there. The interpretation centre is tiny but interesting. With the entry of €6 you agree to both. If you're going to see America deserves more worth buying the bonus of €15 for all the sightseeingshow original
Emmanuel Van VaerenberghVery interesting. The only exposure is missing a 3D simulation of what was with the ceballerizas and the boxes for the public.show original
Francisco CaparrósThe greater Roman circus in the world. worth the pena visit it if you are in Mérida. Inside there are lots of explanations about what meant the shows in Rome. However the posters in the open air are burned by the Sun and can not read anything, they would fix that.show original
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