The Capacity of the Ancient Roman Colosseum, Annual Vehicular Accidents in Rome, Italy, the Ancient Roman Method of Consuming Coffee, Coffee Considered Socially and Religiously Unacceptable Until Italian Pope Clement VIII, the Reason Coffee Was Not Accepted, the Number of Public Water Fountains in Rome, Ancient Roman Aqueducts Helping to Generate Revenue During the Modern Day, the Ancient Roman Day Night Cycle, Ancient Rome Misclassified as a State Instead of a City, the Reason Cappuccinos Are Not Consumed After Meals in Italy, and the Italian Standard of Ancient Roman Heritage

The Colosseum in Rome, Italy, was built and designed to hold 50,000 people. Rome is the most dangerous city in Europe as there are approximately 20,000 vehicular accidents each year equating to approximately 60 per day. There are more cars per person in Rome than in any other city on Earth. The ancient Roman’s drank their coffee standing up as it was something which was to be consumed quickly. This tradition is continued in over 1000 cafes across the city by ensuring there are no tables or chair...

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