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Colosseum

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Construction for the Colosseum, which is also known as the Flavian Amphitheater, began under Vespasian in 72 AD and ended in 80 AD under Titus. Located near the Roman Form [Forum] and the Arch of Constantine, it is the largest amphitheater and was used to hold gladiatorial spectacles and other such forms of entertainment.

Baths of Caracalla

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The Baths of Caracalla were one of the largest public baths in Rome, and featured two palaestras, a frigidarium, tepidarium, caldarium, and natatio. Baths did not solely serve a functional purpose, though; they were generally also a place to socialize and look for dinner invitations.

Domus Flavia

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The Domus Flavia was designed by the architect Rabirius to serve as Emperor Domitian's residential complex. The palace, located on the Palatine Hill, is divided into two separate areas: one for entertaining guests, and one for the private residence. The latter area also contains the sunken gardens.

Arch of Titus

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Emperor Domitian commissioned the Arch of Titus in the 1st century AD to commemorate his brother, Titus, upon his death. The arch serves as a commemorative and triumphal arch, and is situated on the Via Sacra, near the Roman Forum.

Domus Aurea

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Emperor Nero commissioned the Domus Aurea, or "Golden House", to be built following the fire of 64 AD in the center of Rome. The palace was built on land that Nero acquired by resettling its previous inhabitants. Ultimately, due to the fact that the palace was too much of a spectacle of exclusivity and grandeur, public outcry against the lavish…