Roman Amphitheatre at Nimes, France - Bullfight. Built around 70 CE
Roman Amphitheatre at Nimes, France - Bullfight. Built around 70 CE, shortly after the Coliseum of Rome, it is one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheatres in the world. Date: circa 1908
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Panoramic view of the Amphitheatre range in the Drakensberg mountains, Drakensberg uKhahlamba National Park, Kwazulu-Natal-South Africa
Royal Natal national park was founded in 1916. It covers over 8, 000 hectares including the Drakensberg Mountains, the highest range of mountains in South Africa. It also contains the Amphitheatre wall which is 1, 000 meters high and stretches over 5 km and is site to the World's second highest waterfall, the Tugela Falls. The park is part of the greater World Heritage site, Drakensberg Ukhahlamba National Park.
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'Model of ruins of Pompeii, National Museum, Naples, Italy', c1909. Creator: Unknown
'Model of ruins of Pompeii, National Museum, Naples, Italy', c1909. Pompeii was an ancient Roman city buried under 4 to 6 m of volcanic ash in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. Model designed on the initiative of Giuseppe Fiorelli, supervisor of the excavations of Pompeii from 1861 at the National Archaeological Museum in Naples. To be viewed on a Sun Sculpture stereoscope made by Underwood & Underwood. [The Rose Stereograph Company, Melbourne, Sydney, Wellington & London, c1909]
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