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Circus of Maxentius
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View of  the west end of the Circus of Maxentius that is located on the via Appia to the southeast of Rome.

On the right side of the image two towers are visible—separated by green grass between them.  The area between them is where 12 chariots and horses would line up for the start of the race in the circus.

On the left side of the image, the high plain wall is the wall that encloses the Mausoleum of Romulus—the son of the Emperor Maxentius (r. A.D. 306–312).