The antique building for mass shows – the Colosseum, located at the base of two of the seven heights of the city – the Capitol and the Palatine, is considered one of the symbols of ancient Rome, and since 1979 has been under the protection of UNESCO.
HISTORICAL FACTS ABOUT WHICH YOU LIKELY DON’T KNOW:
The Colosseum might not have been built, but the Roman emperor Flavius Titus Vespasian (the elder) decided to eliminate the traces of the rule of Claudius Nero.Construction began on the site of a reservoir with swans in the year 70. The opening of the Colosseum was in 80, during the reign of the son of Titus, who was the representative of the Flavians (emperors dynasty). Therefore, the Coliseum was often referred to in historical documents as the Flavian Amphitheater.
By order of Nero, the architect Zenodor built a sculpture in the image of the Colossus of Rhodes (the large-sized statue of the god of the sun – Helios) in the imperial honor and was named the “Colossus of Nero”. Continue reading
In society, you can often meet people for whom work is most important. For them, scientists from America introduced a special term – “absence of leave syndrome”. This is not an allegation, medical studies were conducted, the results of which should be known to every employee and his boss.
WHAT DOES A WORKER WAIT?
Those who consider rest to be a waste of time should know that their body’s tendency to develop such a disease as cancer increases significantly. A stroke is the second disease that threatens those who do not like to rest.Only three weeks of rest per year will correct the situation and reduce the likelihood of premature death by twenty percent. But remember, rest must be right. Simply put, the right rest is the one after which you do not need to rest. There are several strong recommendations for proper rest. Continue reading