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Address

Address: Via di Tor Sanguigna, 3
Zone: Rione Ponte (Via Coronari-Ponte Vittorio) (Roma centro)
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Contacts

Telephone: 06 45686100 - 06 45686101
Online reservation: info@stadiodomiziano.com
Telephone booking: 06 45686100 dalle ore 10.00 alle ore 19.00.

Opening times

Winter hours (from September 24, 2014):
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday: 10.00-19.00;
Saturday: 10.00-20.00;
Last admission 30 minutes before closing time.

Summer hours:
Monday-Sunday: 11.00-20.00;
Last admission 30 minutes before closing time.

 

 

 

Information

Full: €8.00
Reduced: €6.00

From 25 September 2014 to 30 March 2015:
Adults: € 8.00 (exhibition included)
Concessions: € 6,00 (exhibition included)

Free admission: children up to 12 years, disabled visitors and a companion;
Concessions:
- People between 12 and 18 and over 65 years of age;
- For groups of more than 15 people
- Agreements
- Unaccompanied disabled visitors
- Qualified tourist guides are entitled to free admission by showing the
identification card.

Guided tours:
It is possible to organize guided tours with groups consisting of at least 15 people.
Overtime guided tours cost € 10,00 per person , minimum of 20 people.
Special events at the end of the visit (to be agreed in advance depending on the number of persons).
During weekends there are guided tours led by the archaeologists of the Associazione Artefacto at a cost of € 12,00 all inclusive (entrance + guide)

To book a guided tour
E-mail: info@stadiodomiziano.com
Tel: +39 06/45686100 from 9.00am to 6.00pm

Today's events

Il Presepe animato di Penna in Teverina (Exhibitions) from 2014-12-04 to 2015-01-06

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Description

We all know that Piazza Navona is one of the most remarkable examples of the city-planning continuity of Rome, perfectly maintaining the shape of the large ancient stadium built by Emperor Domitian before the year 86 AD, to host the Greek Athlete Games that he was very fond of. At the center of the long sides there were two entrances. A third entrance was at the center of the curved side. Their impressive structures are still visible under the INA Palace, in Piazza di Tor Sanguigna. The stadium could hold about thirty thousand spectators and was decorated with statues and marble groups. Pasquino that is the most famous Roman talking statue was probably one of the marblegroups that actually represents Menelaus supporting Patroclus.

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Last checked: 2014-11-11 11:50