Rome Sights

Stadio Palatino

  • Southeast crest of Palatine Hill Map It
  • Monti
  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Published 03/30/2016

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Built by Domitian and erroneously referred to since the 19th century as the "stadium," this was in fact a sunken garden that created a terrace on the slopes of the hill. It may also have been used to stage games and other amusements for the emperor's benefit.

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Southeast crest of Palatine Hill, Rome, Latium, 00184, Italy

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Published 03/30/2016


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