Circus Maximus

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The Circus Maximus is a park today.In the background are the ruins of the Imperial palace on the Palatine hill
This is what is left of the visitor tribune in the south, today

The Circus Maximus (translates to biggest round-course) is an ancient hippodrome in Rome. It was built by the Romans. It was used to stage horse races, but also other feasts. Today it is a park.

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