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The Theater of Pompey
The Theater of Pompey is the first permanent theater in Rome. It was built by Roman General Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus in 55 BC. It could seat 27,000 people, and held elaborate stage buildings. It contains many statues, including the Temple of Venus Victrix that was built at the top of the seating area. It is located in Regione IX Circus Flaminius.
The Theater of Marcellus
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