Why Did Romans Build the Colosseum?

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The Romans built the Colosseum arena for housing free gladiator sports event and other entertainment for the amusement of the crowd. The construction of the Roman Colosseum started between 73 and 75 A.D and was nearly completed in 79AD when Vespasian passed away.
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