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The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
Sat with my daughter explaining what this historic landmark is all about, shame there was no staff to bring this to life....
Each part of the area had a small plague that explained how the area was used back in the day.
Great for the...More
We stopped nearby on bus tour and spent time touring city walls and sites. This site is jsut off the side of wall, easy, free access. Old Roman ruins here, not much left but worth checking out for short visit. The Roman Gardens and ruins...More
Whilst the Amphitheatre in Chester may not compare with some of the European counterparts where more structure remains, it was still the largest Building of this type in Britain and therefore of high importance in Roman times. The remaining structure and information boards bring this...More
While a good portion of the amphitheatre seating is made from replaced modern materials, the amphitheatre still looks impressive. I would suggest somehow opening up the other side of the amphitheatre as a reconstructed version of the other half.
this amphitheatre is right by the roman gardens witch makes it good to visit after I found it a tremendous shame that there was a car park covering up some of it at the time I visited there was a school trip group there but...More
The largest remains in Britain is quite a spectacular sight! Some 8000 people would have been seated watching a Roman play or something more gory like an execution. Great place to have a battle enactment. Free entry and a must see for anybody interested in...More
You will either love it or hate it but this Amphitheatre is significantly important to our History and should not be lost.
No it is not a full arena but you will be able to see the remains of what has been preserved, perhaps not...More