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The Circus Maximum in Rome is still the largest sports stadium ever constructed.
It was used for the execution of captives, including as Christians and Jews, as part of the Roman Triumph, as well as chariot racing. Historians estimate that the Circus Maximum could house 150,000 - 250,000 people at any given time. This implies it might house more spectators than North Korea's Rungrado May Day Stadium, the world's largest capacity stadium, which can hold around 114,000 people.
The total length of tubing in a trumpet would be approximately 6 1/2 feet if stretched out completely.
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