Colloseo Rome is which is located in Rome Italy is previously referred to as Flavian Amphitheatre. This is the largest elliptical amphitheatre that was built in Rome during the Roman Empire. This impressive building which shows the greatest architectural and engineering during the Roman era still proudly stands at the heart of the most historical place in Rome. The inside of the Colosseum on this 3D Photos.
Colosseo Rome was erected during the Flavian Dynasty in AD72 and this was completed with during the year after the death of its founder, Emperor Verpasian in AD 80. This remarkable building was constructed in the artificial lake in Nero’s park which also includes the Golden House and near Colossus statue. During the inauguration of the building Titus prepared Hundreds of games and killed 9,000 exotic animals.
The area of Colosseo Rome measures 188m by 156 m with a height of 48 meters or 159 ft. This building which has 80 entrances can accommodate 55,000 audiences. It is composed of 4 stories where the upper part is seating that are designated women as well as for loser class people. While in lowest part, seating is reserved for important figures. There are rooms below the ground which contains cages of wild beasts that are ready to devour anyone on its sight which usually appears at arena’s center. The structure is covered with velarium that serves as protection from the sun’s heat. This was used as the venue for games, comical acts, executions, dramas, and fights between the most dangerous beasts and gladiators. During the early years medieval times this is no longer utilized for entertainment instead this was used for workshops, fortress, Christian shrine, and served as religious order rooms.
Colosseo Rome was destroyed by the earthquake during 847 where the southern part of it was toppled down and the damage became worse because of the stone robbers. The inside of the Colosseum You can view on this 3D Photos. This has become the most important venue for Catholic’s celebrations. During the timer of Pope Sixtus it was proposed that the building should be converted to a factory that will provide jobs to the prostitutes of Rome but the plan was not implemented because of the early death of the pope. This was used as arena for bull fights by Cardinal Altieri however this did not last because of the public outcry against it. This became a sacred site in 1749.
Today Colisseo Rome has become a spectacular sight for tourists.