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Rome: The Colosseum – “The Eternal City” is famous for its ancient architecture and rich history spanning 28 centuries. On your first day in the capital, walk to the famous Piazza Del Campidoglio, which was designed by Michelangelo and make your way to the Colosseum of Rome.

The Colosseum is the world’s largest amphitheatre, built over 1,900 years ago to host gladiatorial contests, executions, animal hunts and other gruesome spectacles. Even in its crumbling state, the Colosseum is a fearsome site to behold. Close your eyes and imagine the roars of more than 50,000 spectators as they watched all the battles and bloodshed. Source: Travel Magazine

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99 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Princess Leah says:

    Gosh, that sounds a really cool place
    Ummm, do you nose where I can buy tickets for the next event??????
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

    • Sandee says:

      If they replayed what they did in the height of this place I’m not sure we’d want to watch anything. Very brutal. Love and licky kisses back. 🙂

  2. angelswhisper2011 says:

    Granny has been there, but only around by car, when her sister still lived in Roma. It’s tremendous! Thank you for the remembrance, Sandee <3 Pawkisses for a Happy Wednesday🐾😽💞

    • Sandee says:

      Tremendous is a great adjective for this place. Happy Wednesday to you too, Little Binky. My best to your peeps. 🙂

  3. Memories of Eric and Flynn says:

    I have been there but during daylight. The lighting in the night time photo adds so much more.
    It was a place that gave me goose bumps when you reflect on it’s past.

  4. Rosey A says:

    I’ve been and my 2nd oldest went last year. I’d love to return as a side trip (with the primary trip being Venice, a place I still really want to see!).

  5. meowmeowmans says:

    We’d love to go to Rome some day! The Colosseum is amazing, but its history is scary and chilling.

    Thank you for hosting, Sandee. Have a wonderful Wednesday, my friend! 🙂

  6. Debbie D. says:

    The first time I visited the Colosseum was in 1990 and it absolutely blew me away. I could hear the roar of the ancient crowds and picture the spectacle of duelling gladiators. Last year, we went again (my husband is Italian and has family in the Rome area – lucky us!) and took an exclusive tour of the newly opened underground area. A history nerd’s paradise! They are in the middle of restoring the floor now. It’s already partially done and they hold concerts there. Isn’t that a fantastic venue? Thanks for hosting this link party once again. Have a great rest of the week!

    • Sandee says:

      You have the same kind of imagination as I do. I would love to see every inch. You have a great rest of the week too. 🙂

  7. Eastside Cats says:

    I have a wonderful rendition of this, restored to its original glory. Not sure I want to visit a place of so much violence, however, I understand there are cats…so, I’d go visit the cats!

  8. KB says:

    I have seen that Colosseum in person (and I just learned that I didn’t know how to spell it!)… Wow, it is incredible. I love your photo!

  9. ghostmmnc says:

    That would sure be something to see, because of the architecture and history of the place, but I don’t like all those horrible shows they put on there.
    Wishing you a happy Wednesday! <3

  10. Kathe W. says:

    When I was 15 and going to school in Switzerland we took a trip to Rome. This was an amazing time for me and seeing the Colosseum in person and being able to wander through it was indeed memorable. Somewhere I have packed away photos of that day. Thanks Sandee for Wordless Wednesday!

    • Sandee says:

      Oh lucky you. Many have visited. I’m impressed with my readers. Well traveled. You’re most welcome, Kathe. 🙂

  11. catscue says:

    Beautiful shot – I’ve only seen it in person in the daytime. If I ever get back to Rome, I’ll make it a point to see it at night.

  12. kittiesblue says:

    Everything in Rome is amazing, and the Colosseum is no exception. The size of everything is also overwhelming. We spent several days there in 2010 after being there for only a day and a half a few years before that. With Sawyer, any kind of travel is now out of the question, so I am happy we have already traveled many, many “must see” places. Thanks for adding us to the hop. Big hugs, Janet and a special kitty kiss from Cooper Murphy.

  13. The OP Pack says:

    Ahhh!!! Our oldest grandbiped just had to build a replica of the Colosseum for her high school Latin class. It came out great too.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  14. Jen says:

    I’ve been there. Expected to be awed by it, instead too many people died there brutally and it has a bad feeling. History and real life- you just can’t make this stuff up!

    • Sandee says:

      No you can’t make this stuff up. I’ve never been there and will probably never make it there, but it has some very dark history. 🙂

  15. Rocks says:

    Hi there Sandee! Just dropping by 🙂 so glad to know you are still blogging and thank you so much for visiting me (my site) always.

    Motherhood has taken me over but I will try to post about our bundle of joy from time to time.



  16. rubytheairedale says:

    I love the picture! I’m not sure I would like to go though, I hears lots of tourist and not too fun to think of what went on in there. Italy is still so beautifuls though!
    Ruby ♥

    • Sandee says:

      History is history. We should all be taught the history of different places around the world. Perhaps then we won’t repeat that history. 🙂

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