Photographer's Note

The Circus Maximus Circus, Circus Maximus, or sometimes, is a huge public building of Rome, located in the valley of Murcia between the Palatine and the Aventine, which were held chariot races.
It now remains of the building that masonry units (a small part of the stands in the southeastern corner of the circus) and a wide range that marks the location of any monument. Excavations are underway in the southern part, in order to identify the recently discovered remains of bleachers.
The Circus Maximus is so far the largest sports arena that the world has known.
The two obelisks still exist today: the Piazza del Popolo (obelisk of Augustus), and the Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano (obelisk of Constantius II).

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