The Piazza Navona square was built exactly on the area of emperor Domitian's stadium (81-96 AD), and retains the stadium's oblong shape with a rounded north end. It was the largest in ancient Rome, larger than the Coliseum, and it could seat 50,000 spectators.

Take a Virtual Walk in Rome's Piazza Navona

The Piazza Navona square was built exactly on the area of emperor Domitian's stadium (81-96 AD), and retains the stadium's oblong shape with a rounded north end. It was the largest in ancient Rome, larger than the Coliseum, and it could seat 50,000 spectators.

Bridge connecting Trastevere with Isola Tiberina, Rome, Italy

Traste(vere)ando en Roma

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