This Roman chariot-racing circus is based on archaeological evidence from Rome. It is the Circus of Domitian (late 1st century AD), now the site of the modern Piazza Navona. Chariots entered at the straight end and make 7 anti-clockwise circuits; foot races could also be run. Some of the arches are painted as textures to save weight. Textures included. A great opportunity to purchase an accurate, real-world historical Roman building. Availabe as .3ds and .c4d. See other items under MCN2304, including bridges and statues.