10Teatro Marcello

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Rome, the capital of Italy was named after one of its founding fathers, Romulus. Myth has it that Romulus and his brother, Remus were twin boys abandoned at birth and nursed to good health by a she-wolf. Rome has adopted many names like ‘the Eternal city’ and the ‘Sacred city’ over time. The cosmopolitan city is the eight most populous cities in Europe. It is mostly known for its architectural edifices and these are the most famous things about Rome. The Teatro Marcello which translates to Theatre of Marcellus in English was built in the same design as the Colosseum. It was commissioned by Julius Caesar, who died before the building kicked off. This theater can accommodate up to 20,000 guests. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

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