The largest amphiteatre ever built in ancient times, with a large capacity estimated between 50.000 and 70.000 spectators, with shows that were taking all the day long, with massive coreographies, large numbers of gladiatorial schools improving in, with wild beasts coming from far, with enactments of past battles, and with public executions. This arena has been one of the greatest ancient architectural achievements, and the cruelest representation of the dark side of humanity. Rome’s Details will guide you through the side stories of gentle women falling in love in gladiators, former prisoners becoming famous fighters, emperors playing as gladiators into the arena, death, life, love and misery. No other place in the world is still producing emotions, fear, grandiosity and wonder, as the Colosseum does…the gladiators’ spirits are still there!