Roman Amphitheatre in Arezzo

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Roman Amphitheatre in Arezzo (Birds Eye)
The Roman amphiteather in Arezzo, built in the A.D. second century, bears witness to the importance of the town in Roman times. In later centuries it suffered much dilapidation, being used as a convenient source of building stone for the town walls, the Church of San Bernardo, the seminary and other buildings. The amphiteather ( 121m/39 Ft long by 68m/223ft across ), could accommodate between 8000 and 10000 spectators.
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