Roman Souvenir: Vinyl Fridge Magnet Fashioned as the Flavian Amphitheatre
This vinyl fridge magnet depicts the famous Flavian amphitheatre in Rome. The Flavium Amphitheatre, also known as "Colosseum", is a huge amphitheatre built in AD 80. It has a height of around 48 meters and over 55,000 people can be accommodated in it. The Colosseum is a four-storey amphitheatre and has almost eighty entrances. Games and circuses were held there in the early days and it was considered as an entertainment spot for the inhabitants of Rome. It is majorly in ruins now but is still regarded as a famous tourist spot.
Flavian Amphitheatre - An Entertainment Spot of Rome in the Past
Flavian Amphitheatre or the Colosseum is one of the best highlights of Rome. It holds a special place in the hearts of Romans; and it is the only amphitheatre in Rome that is still in good shape. The Colosseum used to be the hub of all fun and exciting activities in Rome; interesting games and sports were held there.
Emperors frequently used to organize games in the Colosseum to please their people. Chariot races and gladiator fights were amongst the favorite games; and people also enjoyed the fight between gladiators and ferocious beasts. Circuses were also held in the amphitheatre in which unique animals were showcased.
Visit the Underground Levels of the Colosseum
The underground levels of the Colosseum cannot be accessed on all days and at all times; they are open for visitors only on specific days. To visit these levels, you need to book a ticket in advance; ask your tour guide or hotel manager to get you a ticket in advance. These levels have a very unique architecture and are regarded as an interesting highlight of the Colosseum. During the earlier times, animal cages during circuses were kept in these underground levels.