A Photo a Day

February 19, 2005

Colosseum at El Jem

Filed under: — Laurenz @ 12:34 pm

Amphitheatre of El Jem (Tunisia)
Although this colosseum very much looks like the one in Rome, it’s actually located in the Tunisian city of El Jem.
The contrast between the third largest amphi-theatre of Roman times and the smallish city below it couldn’t be greater.

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