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Amphitheatre of El Jem

4.7/513 Reviews
El-Jem, Tunisia
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About Amphitheatre of El Jem

The Roman coliseum is a famous building left by the Roman empire in north Africa, reflecting the centuries-old rule of the Roman emperors over Tunisia during the Roman empire period, and witnessed the prosperity, rise and fall of the Roman empire. Sitting quietly in the stands of the Colosseum, it was hard to imagine the brutal killings in the Colosseum, or how the dignitaries could watch the bloody battles and battles without even thinking about it.

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  • 1361130****
    5.0

    The Erjem Colosseum in Tunisia is one of the three major Colosseums in ancient Rome. It was built more than one hundred years later than the Colosseum in Rome. When it was built, it could accommodate 80,000 people. So far, it is the most well preserved. Because of the reconstruction of one side of the stands, it can still be used as a performance. The whole Colosseum is quite spectacular! The highest level overlooks the city.

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  • 静心觅静
    5.0

    El Jim's Colosseum is a famous building left by the Roman Empire in North Africa. It reflects the centuries-old rule of the Roman Emperor over Tunisia during the Roman Empire and witnesses the prosperity and decline of the Roman Empire. Sitting quietly in the bleachers of the Colosseum, I could not feel the bloody storms of fighting in the Colosseum, nor did I know how the dignitaries of that year could casually watch the bloody battles and battles.

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  • Grace
    5.0

    The first thing I learned was that I saw it on TV. The scenery was very beautiful, and I was shocked when I came here! __________ The ruined Roman ring arena; the ramshackle ancient Roman pillars, they are really beautiful! _____________

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  • 当地向导行er
    5.0
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    非常漂亮的遗址,必须要来看看。

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  • 卡利亚诺李春
    5.0

    The Colosseum of Rome. Located in the south of Venice Square in Rome, Italy, it is the most outstanding representative of the ancient Roman architectural works and the symbol of the power of the ancient Roman Empire. Colosseo speaks Italian, meaning the arena or the arena. It was built during the Flavio Dynasty in ancient Rome, so its official name is the Flavio arena. In A.D. 72, it was built by Emperor Vespasian, whose son, Emperor Titos, was solemnly unveiled in A.D. 80. The appearance of the arena is like a huge fortress, covering an area of 20,000 square meters, with a wall circumference of 527 meters, a diameter of 188 meters, and a wall height of 57 meters, equivalent to the height of a 19-storey building, which can accommodate 107,000 spectators.

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  • 开心皓洁
    5.0

    The Colosseum in Rome is a magnificent building. It is also one of the world's famous buildings in ancient times. The whole economic Dynasty pillar is not very large. You can laugh here. The scene handed over by the ancient strongmen here.

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  • XXX-Trip
    5.0

    This is not the Colosseum of Ancient Rome, but a stadium with a lot of ancient Roman elements and a sense of historical precipitation.

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  • 133****4895
    5.0

    The arena is actually a stadium with good facilities and modern technology. All kinds of sports can be held here.

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    Reviewed on 1481370130000
  • M48****786
    5.0

    Much like the Colosseum of Rome, it gives us a very shocking sense of history.

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    Reviewed on 1496583148000
  • 11****881
    4.0
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    至今还保存相对完整,很具震撼性。

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    Reviewed on 1557712073000
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