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Stadiums that Made History

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From the heart of Mesoamerica to the heart of the Big Apple, these are ten of the most famous sports stadiums of all time.

This story originally appeared on Matador Network, a Dwell partner site.

The Colosseum Gladiatorial combat, animal hunts, simulated naval battles: what bloodthirsty and testosterone-fueled...
The Great Ballcourt of Chichen Itza The Great Ballcourt of Chichen Itza measures 545 feet long and 225 feet wide, and...
The Circus Maximus As the largest stadium in ancient Rome, the Circus Maximus could seat 250,000 people, stood three...
The Stadium at Olympia Tucked away in southern Greece, this ancient stadium hosted both the Olympic games dedicated to...
Fenway Park You haven’t truly experienced the American Pastime until you’ve been to Fenway.
Wembley Stadium With a seating capacity of 90,000, Wembley Stadium is the second-largest stadium in Europe and the...
Madison Square Garden From boxing legend Muhammad Ali to hockey great Mark Messier, some of the greatest athletes of...
The Rose Bowl A national historic landmark, the Rose Bowl in Pasadena has played host to America’s first–and most...
Melbourne Cricket Ground One of the world’s most famous cricket venues, the MCG in inner Melbourne is also...
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