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Reviewed April 7, 2015

There is really nothing to see here. It is essentially an oval shaped field and nothing else. I have to write 100 words to submit this review, so hopefully this sentence does it.

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Reviewed April 7, 2015

All you can see from the street now is a big area with grass. But just to imagine what this once was and the seating and chariot races they once had. If you didn't know what this was, you'd think it is a retention basin.

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Reviewed April 6, 2015 via mobile

Walking by this field, I thought it was a dog park. You can kinda see the outline of a track. At least people are cleaning after their dogs.

Thank cipollavin
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Reviewed April 3, 2015

My mistake didn't read anything about it before hand, so was surprised its just overgrown park, ok its big. Fortunately we were walking to the Mouth of truth so had to walk on it, but wouldn't go there just for it alone.

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Reviewed April 1, 2015

So we were walking from Trastevere to the Metro (a long walk) and walked along the western (or southern) edge of the area. Lots of couples and families using the area as a nice afternoon walk or picnic or small ball game. It was pleasant and peaceful. I'm sure lots of history to be had but we didn't stop, simply enjoyed the view.

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