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Circus Maximus with the Palatine Hill ruins behind

Circus Maximus was ancient Rome’s largest stadium which is now occupied only by running dogs and strolling couples. It dates from the 5th to 6th centuries CE and would have held 250,000 spectators. It’s a good place to let one’s imagination run wild.

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