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On Piazza Lauro de Bosis/Viale del Foro Italico is located this large sports complex ; The Stadio Olympico on the left was used for the Olympic Games in 1960; the smaller is called the stadio of marbles and is ringed by sixty great male statues...More
Obelisco del Foro Italico is an obelisk, erected in front of the sports complex, Foro Italico. This review page is about the obelisk, not about tennis, as many reviews have done! The huge, marble monolithic stone was erected there in 1932, during the fascist dictatorship...More
The Foro Italico sports complex is one of the few complete constructions from the Mussolini era to survive. There are two stadia, the Olympic which was used for the 1960 Olympics and is now used for football and Rugby, e.g. Six Nations there was no...More
We naively came here to check out what we knew was an impressive tennis center and BNL d'Italia tennis venue ... not realizing it was a huge sport complex. As we walked up we quickly realized how foolish we were, duh! Huge statues everywhere depicting...More
A huge sport complex, at the bottom of Monte Mario hill, built before The Second World War. Its architecture was inspired by the Roman forums of the imperial age. The complex was a host of many sport events including the summer Olympics in 1960.