Italy monuments

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Colosseum

The Colosseum is one of the most famous monuments of Italy. It is a huge amphitheater that accommodates approximately fifty thousand viewers. Its measurements reach (190m × 155m), and it is built of stone and concrete, and its exterior façade is designed in the form of three floors. With a number of eighty entrances, which were loaded on semi-circular columns, it is worth noting that the amphitheater was built by the Roman Emperor Vespasian between the years 70 AD-72 AD, in which fighting and wrestling games were exhibited.

The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore

The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (in Italian: Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore) is located in the Italian city of Florence, and is famous for the name (The Duomo), knowing that its construction required a hundred and forty years. The dimensions of the church are 90 meters in height, 90 meters in width, and 153 Meters in length, thus Santa Maria is the third largest cathedral in the world, and it also has the largest stone dome in the world, which took sixteen years to complete its construction.

Trevi Fountain

The Trevi Fountain is famous for being a dancing masterpiece designed by Nicolas Salvi, and Giuseppe Panini on the Baroque style in the year one thousand seven hundred and sixty-two, and the fountain is located in the Trevi neighborhood in the city of Rome with a height of twenty-six and twenty meters, and up to twenty-nine meters, and up to twenty-nine meters, A statue with statues of legendary figures on its sides, in addition to the natural rock formations.

The Pantheon

The Pantheon (English: Pantheon) was built during the time of Hadrian in the year one hundred and twenty-five AD, a building designed in the classic style so that the construction rises on a base of 1,3 m, noting that it is composed of two parts, namely:

  • Porch: The balcony, which reaches 11.8 meters high, consists of eight front columns, which are of Corinthian style, and its dimensions are (33.1 × 13.6 meters).
  • Round building: It is distinguished by its dome with a height of 43,2 m. It is surrounded by an ornate circular aperture, covered in bronze with a diameter of 8,8 m. It is located above the round hall.

Leaning Tower of Pisa

The Leaning Tower of Pisa rises by fifty-six meters, as its levels can be moved through a spiral staircase that consists of 294 degrees, knowing that the tower is tilted by 5.5 degrees, and its tendency is explained by its construction in a soft ground. This caused instability in the foundations of the building.

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