Large Theaters Colosseum, Italia, Roma

King Vespasian built the Colosseum as a major theater in the form of an ellipse which is often called the Amphitheater, established in the year 72 AD and completed by his son Titus in 80 AD in Rome.

At that time, often held performances at the Colosseum as fight between animals, prisoners with animals, execution of prisoners and fight the water by flooding the arena with water. With a capacity of 50,000 spectator seats with tiered seating, and 10,000 for extra standing room.

The name of the Colosseum was taken from a statue Collosus with a height of 130 feet or 40 m,created as a parable of the Sol or the sun god

Famous Building at Italy, Colosseum in Rome
Italy Colosseum at Night