Distant tourist in hallway that circles the amphitheatre at the ruined Roman city of Italica / Itálica near Seville, Spain.

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Distant tourist in hallway that circles the amphitheatre at the ruined Roman city of Italica / Itálica near Seville, Spain.
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Distant tourist in hallway that circles the amphitheatre at the ruined Roman city of Italica / Itálica near Seville, Spain. Italica can be distinguished into two zones (vetus urbs – old city – founded by Scipio, and the nova urbs). The nova urbs – founded by Hadrian – is pictured here. (56) trip 2
Location: Italica / Itálica; north of modern day Santiponce, 9 km NW of Seville, Spain