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The spectacular Colosseum in the heart of Rome was built by the generals of ancient Rome to please the triumphant soldiers and to praise the great Roman Empire. The architecture of the Colosseum does not lag behind modern aesthetics, but in fact, some 2,000 years later, every modern large stadium is more or less branded with some of the design style of the Colosseum. Now, through films and history books and other media, we can feel more deeply the brutal fighting and fighting between people and beasts that took place here at that time, all this, just to bring some raw and savage pleasure to the audience on the wall.
The Colosseum is an exemplary masterpiece and wonder in the history of architecture, known for its grandeur, majesty and grandeur. Although only half of the skeleton, but its majestic spirit, the momentum of the pound still exists. The Colosseum is oval- and covers an area of about 20,000 square meters, with an outer wall 57 meters high, equivalent to the height of a modern 19 -story building. The building is a four-story structure, the exterior is all wrapped in marble, the lower three floors have 80 arches, its columns are very distinctive, in accordance with the Doric, Ioni and Corinthian standard order, the fourth floor is decorated with small windows and wall posts. In the middle of the field is a gladiatorial platform, 86 meters long and 63 meters wide, still oval, the size of a football field. Under the gladiator stage is a cellar that houses mammoths and gladiators.The grandstand around the gladiator is divided into 3 zones. The first district on the ground floor is the seat of the emperor and the nobles, the second floor is the Roman high-class civic seat, the third floor is the general civilian seat, and then up is the large balcony, the general audience can only stand here to watch the performance. The grandstand can accommodate about 90,000 spectators and has 80 entrances and exits on the ground floor, ensuring that all 50,000 spectators will be evacuated in 15 to 30 minutes. It is still unknown who the architects of the Colosseum are. It is thought that it may have been the architect of the later building of the Domino's Palace, Rabilio, but there is no possibility of a test...
When the Colosseum project was completed in 1980, a 100 - day ceremony was held. Located southeast of Piazza Venice in the center of Rome, the Colosseum is a symbol of the Roman Empire and the City of Rome, the most outstanding and famous representative of Roman monuments, and one of the eight major attractions in the world today. The Colosseum is also known as the Colosseum and is also known as the Amphitheatre. Call it the Colosseum because it was once a place where ancient Roman gladiators fought and killed to win the smiles of emperors, princes and nobles. It's called an arena because it's competitive, competitive, cabaret and military parades. The full name of the Colosseum is the Colosseum. Colosio, in Italian, means "tall" and "huge".It was the royal garden of Nero, the tyrant of the Roman Empire, and the Colosseum was built in a small lake, because of the 120-foot-tall gilded bronze statue of Nero by the lake, which the Romans called a huge gold statue, and the Colosseum was named "Colosse"The gardens, lawns and small lakes of that year were already missing, but we could also find and spot some historical sites from the surrounding grasses, green trees and low-lying terrain. In terms of building time, the Colosseum has a long history, it is Europe is also the world's oldest and most magnificent Colosseum, arena. The Colosseum was built in ancient Rome's Flavi dynasty...
In 72 A.D., Emperor Vepakwe forced 80,000 Jewish prisoners to build it to celebrate the victory of the conquest of Jerusalem, which was unveiled by his son Titus. Completed in 80 AD, the project took 8 years. Renovated in the 3rd and 5th centuries AD. During the Renaissance, Rome flourished and many stones from the Colosseum were dug up to build palaces and churches. Since then, it has undergone many renovations to keep this ancient and majestic building alive. The Colosseum has been around for nearly 2,000 years since it was founded. When the Colosseum was completed in 1980, a 100-day ceremony was held. The ancient Roman rulers organized and drove 5,000 beasts and 3
Inside the Colosseum, close pit road inside the Colosseum
000 slaves, prisoners of war, criminals on the scene "performance", fighting, this kind of people and beasts, people and people's bloody killing actually lasted 100 days, until these 5000 beasts and 3000 lives fratricidal, the same end. No wonder some people say that as long as you casually grab a handful of dirt on the gladiatorial platform and put it in your hand for a pinch, you can see the blood stains printed on your palms. Spartak, the famous leader of the slave uprising in ancient Rome, was a gladiator who initially led 78 gladiator uprisings that quickly grew to more than 90,000 people and fought throughout Rome for two years. The slave uprising dealt a heavy blow to Roman slavery, and Marx once praised Spartak as "the most brilliant figure in the whole ancient history"..Located on the west side of the Colosseum, the Arc de Triomphe of Constantine is the largest, most famous and best-preserved of the Arc de Triomphe in ancient Rome. The Arc de Triomphe was built in 315 A.D. to celebrate Constantine the Great's victory over the tyrant Maksanti at the City's North Mirvio Bridge. The Arc de Triomphe is three arches, the door is 21 meters high, the width is more than 25 meters, the middle arch is tall and large, the side arch is short and small, are framed by the Corinthian stone pillars, while also decorating the statues and shallow reliefs on the ancient Roman memorial gate on this door. A circle can be seen on the foundation near the arch, which is said to have been a cone-shaped fountain named Mada Sultante, built in the 1st century AD.The fountains, which still exist today, are already dry and are located in the center of rome, Italy today, and are the largest circular gladiatorial arena of the Roman period, built between 72 and 82 AD...

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