Rome’s Colosseum reopens to visitors after months-long closure | AFP

Rome’s iconic Colosseum reopens to visitors with safety and hygiene measures in place after a months-long closure during the country’s virus lockdown. IMAGES

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Pompeii archeological site reopens to the public | AFP

Italy’s world-famous archeological site of Pompeii reopens to the public. The country’s second most visited tourist destination after Rome’s Colosseum, Pompeii lays bare nearly perfectly preserved remains of an ancient Roman city covered in volcanic ash nearly 2,000 years ago after the eruption of nearby Mount Vesuvius. IMAGES

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SC2 Colosseum on the Move

After a week of preparation for cross-country deployment, Colosseum – the world’s most powerful RF channel emulator – is officially en route to Los Angeles, California! All 21 server racks containing 128 software defined radios, 320 FPGAs, 171 high-performance servers, thousands of cables, and a host of supporting equipment will make the more than 2,600-mile trek from Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, Maryland to Los Angeles over the next week. Colosseum’s final destination is the LA Convention Center for the 2019 Mobile World Congress Los Angeles conference and SC2’s Championship Event.

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Are you not entertained? Crowe celebrates ‘Gladiator’

Australian actor Russell Crowe attends a screening of “Gladiator” at Rome’s Colosseum, where it was shown with a live orchestra providing the score. (June 7)

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