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Circus Maximus now and then
Circus Maximus was a stadium for chariot races, located in the valley between the mountains of Aventine and Palatine. It was the first and largest stadium in ancient Rome. Its length was 621 and width 118 m. The facility could accommodate up to 150,000 spectators.
The graphic shows a virtual reconstruction of the building and a photograph showing the same place at present.
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