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The Roman amphitheater in El-Jem is the largest in Africa and the fourth largest worldwide. In my opinion it is better preserved than the Coliseum in Rome, because at least it is possible to go down to the sand and go through the aisles. The lion pits are preserved and the complicated system of cisterns. It's a must see if you visit Tunisia, its size and beauty are really impressive. It represents the best legend of the Roman Empire in this country along with the baths of Carthage and the Bardo Museum in Tunis. One recommendation: try to photograph at dusk, when the light makes the red stand out even more than normal.
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Beautiful coliseum

Beautiful Coliseum. Very eerie in the pens under the floor!
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