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Your Guide To Rome Colosseum Tours

Built between 72 A.D. and 80 A.D. under the Emperor Vespian, the Colosseum in Rome is one of the world's most historical sites and is visited by millions of tourists yearly.

Made from concrete and stone, this magnificent monument was built with tens of thousands of slaves. It is the largest amphitheater in the world, measuring 189 meters long, 156 meters wide, and 50 meters high. This arena can easily fit a modern-day football pitch inside.

The events which were previously held in the Colosseum were very brutal, and sometimes a few games held by the emperors would kill more than 10,000 animals in single day.

As protection for spectators from the blistering sun and heat of Ancient Rome, there was an awning that could be pulled over the top to of the seating to provide shade, also referred to as velarium.

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Your Guide To London Harry Potter Studio Tours

The Harry Potter franchise is without a doubt one of the biggest books and film adaptation series ever made so it’s no wonder therefore, that millions of people all over the world come to see the Harry Potter Studio Tour in London.

The Studio Tour resides just outside of London in Watford and is easily accessible by car, bus or coach from Central London. The permanent exhibit differs slightly from its American counterpart; The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios, which is more of a theme park than an actual Studio Tour.

With regards to the Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studio Tour in London, you’ll learn everything there is to know about the eight films in the beloved franchise, and you’ll also get sneak peeks of some behind the scenes moments, cast secrets and props.

In this extensive guide, you’ll learn everything that there is to know about the Harry Potter World UK; including all the best things to see while you’re there and the best ticket options for you!

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You guide to Barcelona Park Guell

One of the most recognizable parks in the world is Park Guell, a public park system which is composed of architectonic elements and gardens. Located on Carmel Hill in Barcelona, Spain, the park was commissioned by Eusebi Guell, one of Gaudi's best friends, for a Barcelona aristocracy, hence the name.

The otherworldly park was designed by Antoni Gaudi, the face of Catalan modernism. It contains amazing stone structures, fascinating buildings and tiling you will not see elsewhere.

Built from 1900 to 1914, the park finally opened in 1926 and became a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1984. Gaudi was an artist that was strongly influenced by natural shapes and this is evident in his works. Hypnotic and magical, Park Guell is on top of every tourist's list when visiting the city of Barcelona.