Amphitheatre and Palestrea

Interesting
This attractive but relatively small amphitheatre has seats that are part overgrown today and dates from 80 BC. This is the oldest known Roman amphitheatre. Opposite is a vast space called the Great palestra, which was used for training athletes.

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Address : 

Via di Castricio

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