Originally known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, or simply Anfiteatrum, is one of the most famous historical monuments of Rome in the world. The structure, which also takes its name from a colossal statue erected in the vicinity (just call the Colossus of Nero), was able to accommodate tens of thousands of spectators and is the most imposing monument of ancient Rome that has come to this day. With a rich heritage and a particularly complex architecture, the Coliseum is of course a must for lovers of history and culture. It is no coincidence that the Coliseum has been listed among the New Seven Wonders of the world. Built in the first century A. D. the will of the emperors of the Flavian dynasty, the structure was home to popular entertainment attraction as gladiator fights and hunts and today is one of the most preferred tourist destinations of the capital. The Colosseum today, which also turns out to be not only the largest amphitheater in the city of Rome, but in the world, is home to modern performances and exhibitions related, of course, ancient.