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Tyr Hippodrome

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Tyr Hippodrome
The Hippodrome is one of the largest of the Roman era and second in size following the Circa Maxims in Rome and one of the few hippodromes which are intact and remain in acceptable shape. This Hippodrome had the capacity to once seat more than 20,000 spectators watching the breathtaking chariot races. At the center, the walls of the Crusader Hippodrome Church can be found with stamps and images of boats and shields engraved by the pilgrims.
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Tyre +
Tyre District, South Governorate
Sidon & Tyr
Sidon & Tyr
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Characteristics and classifications
Architecture & Style (1) +
Roman architecture
Dynasty & Civilization (1) +
Period of History (1) +
2nd century
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