Circus Maximus

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One of the most ancient sites in Rome - according to different sources built on 8th, 7th or 4th century BC, today is elongated grassy jogging oval which occasionally hosts outdoor rock concerts. At 2,000 feet in length, it was the largest stadium in all of Rome, where the empire threw its most extravagant chariot races to entertain crowds of up to 385,000 screaming spectators.

What you can see today ar some brick walls and arches and the curved end of the circus.