A section of the Colosseum in Rome accessible again

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In the coming days, a section long closed to the public will again be accessible to the Colosseum in Rome. Let's take a closer look at this work of Roman architecture.
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In the coming days, a section long closed to the public will again be accessible to the Colosseum in Rome. Let's take a closer look at this work of Roman architecture.

“For years, the mythical Colosseum in Rome has been on the list of the most visited places in the world. On average, 6 million tourists enter what is still today the largest amphitheater on the planet. We admire the beauty of the place and often imagine the gladiatorial battles of yesteryear. "

Source: demotivateur.fr

“Closed for 40 years, levels IV and V of the Colosseum will again be open to the public from November 1, but only in small groups of 25 people accompanied by a guide, for security reasons. "

Source: LaPresse

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