The Stadio dei Marmi


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The Stadio dei Marmi (Marble Stadium), built in 1936 on a project by architect Prof. Enrico del Debbio, somewhat resembles a Greek stadium. Its main characteristic is the superb series of 60 statues which crown the glacis.
Each statue is 4 metres high and is set on a cylindrical block of two metres in diameter and 1.20 metres high.
  • Sports ground:— covers an area of 14,000 sq. m. and measures 63 × 103 metres.
  • Track:— 400 metres overall length with 6 lanes.