Colosseum to open underground corridors


One of Italy's most famous landmarks is to open its underground corridors to the public for the first time.

Once, ancient Romans were entertained by bloodthirsty shows at the Colosseum - now visitors will be able to see the cells which once held gladiators and wild animals.

Jack Izzard reports.

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