2. The Colosseum
The Colosseum is known as the largest former amphitheater and gladiator’s stadium in the Roman empire. The Colosseum was built during 72-80 AD by emperor Vespasian and his son Titus who belonged to the Flavian dynasty. Its construction has a classical rounded shape with a few floors of sittings for about 50 thousand spectators. The Colosseum was a place of staging theatre performances and gladiatorial fights in interior arena but nowadays this historical monument is out-of-use and is considered only as a famous tourist attraction.