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NAVONA SQUARE UNDERGROUND The ruins of the Stadium of Domitian (Unesco World HeritageSite) in Piazza Navona are located about 4.50 meters below street level. The archaeological site is all that remains of the first and only example of a masonry...more
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Via di Tor Sanguigna 3 | Piazza Navona, 00186 Rome, Italy
All reviews ancient rome underground museum unesco site small exhibit video showing self guided worth a stop information boards open to the public well worth the visit guided tour trip to rome ruins excavations athletics arches races
I've visited Rome many times and had no idea of the history of Piazza Navona. It is hard to find the entrance of this site but well worth the visit.
There is a lot of writing and audioguide information. Some tailored for children but I...More
We love Piazza Navona (providing it's not too crowded) but had no idea until the other day that you could get a glimpse of the ancient Roman stadium.
The tickets are reasonable and the excellent audioguides are free.
Well worth an hour to understand the...More
If you’re extraordinarily interested in bricks then this place is for you. There really isn’t much else to see. Yes, it’s underground but there’s not really a sense of the shape of the stadium because the actual excavation is quite small. I didn’t think it...More
This is a really interesting visit, seeing a part of the stadium preserved underground beneath the piazza Navona. The audio guide is interesting and a “must listen” to help you orientate yourself in the site. There’s lots of written displays too. The archeology, whilst limited,...More