The Roman Amphitheatre is the most important building dating from the Roman period in Sardinia. It was built between the first and second Centuries AD. The only part that has been preserved was carved into the limestone rock on the Buoncammino hill. The amphitheatre had a maximum capacity of 10.000 spectators who came to see battles between men and wild animals, between gladiators and executions.
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