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Pay for 3 yr. old at Colosseum?

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I know that in most places in Rome, there are no discounts for children unless they are EU citizens. However, do you still have to pay for really young children? I'm prebooking tickets for the Colosseum and was wondering if I need to have a ticket for our 3 yr. old? I read somewhere that "children carried in arms" are free, regardless of nationality, but that is a little vague and doesn't sound official.

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