In this colossal Flavian amphitheatre, we imagine gladiators fighting to death in front of a Auguste. You can also see Lamartine reading the works of Tacitus. For the greatest pleasure of the lovers of the ancient history of the Colosseum of Rome, the tourist site more visited in Italy, will reopen June 1, after more than two months of closure because of pandemic, and will be illuminated for the occasion with the colors of the Italian a-t we learned Tuesday from an official source.read also : The Colosseum, to white as the ancient
major tourist Attraction, with over 7 million visitors per year, the mighty Flavian amphitheatre, world heritage of humanity, "oak finally to the public, under the sign of accessibility, hospitality and most importantly security. Because these last few months have been very difficult, with a surreal silence that was difficult to accept" wanted to explain in a press release the management of the archaeological site.read also : The Colosseum is opening its underground to the public
But the emblematic monument of the ancient Rome in the heart of the eternal city will re-open Monday "with protections adequate sanitary for staff and visitors" (masks and outlet temperature), of course, secure reservations mandatory and schedules modified to avoid the crowds at peak hours.The Colosseum lit up in the colors of Italy
the direction of The Coliseum wants to mark a milestone this June 1, 2020, a symbolic date of déconfinement: "To celebrate this important moment (...), and in solidarity with all those who have lost relatives and friends during the pandemic, the Colosseum will be lit up from the night before (Sunday) the colors of the flag Italian tricolor, symbol of unity and sharing."
as it is déconfine, Italy re-opens gradually from its heritage and its famous landmarks, hoping to raise more quickly the key sector of tourism, which has been undermined by the pandemic Covid-19 which has more than 32,000 deaths in the peninsula. The government will re-open on June 3 and onwards the borders of the country.
almost all The monuments and famous buildings of the peninsula have reopened to the public last week: the archaeological site of Pompeii on Tuesday, the Saint Peter's basilica in Rome last week, the Borghese Gallery and the Capitoline museums, the cathedrals of Florence and Milan. The Vatican Museums, one of the top of world tourism, have planned their re-opening June 1st.
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