The iconic Colosseum in Rome is to reopen its top tier to the public for the first time in four decades.
Once reserved for the plebeian class, the fifth and highest level will, from November 1, offer visitors an almost birds-eye-view of both the amphitheatre and the Italian capital.
Seats on the fifth level of the stadium were once reserved for ancient Roman society's lowest commoner: plebeians https://t.co/A7DiMC5Xpf— AFP news agency (@AFP) October 3, 2017
Culture Minister, Dario Franceschini has been promoting the upcoming restoration of the underground level, called the view ‘unforgettable’, adding:
“With the construction of the arena, it will be truly possible to understand what it meant to watch a performance at the Colosseum.”