About Rimini Roman Amphitheatre
The Rimini Roman Amphitheatre is a second century Ancient Roman arena which would have held up to twelve thousand spectators. It is the sole surviving amphitheatre of its kind in the region of Emilia Romagna.
Having suffered a series of destructive events, including World War II bombardment, little remains of the Rimini Roman Amphitheatre except its elliptical outline and small sections of the main stands.
Having said this, that which does survive, which includes some of its walls and gates, is worth seeing when in Rimini. Guided tours of the site are offered by the Rimini Museum.
The Arch of Augustus in Rimini was built to honour the first emperor of the Roman Empire.
The Surgeon’s House is an archaeological site which uncovers Rimini’s past from Ancient Roman times.
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