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The Roman Colosseum could be getting a makeover into the 21st century.
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Almost 2,000 years after the amphitheater was built, Italian officials are looking for an architect to remake its stage floor, according to recent reports.
The project, which is being financed by the Italian culture ministry for 10 million euros (about $12.1 million), is expected to include some of the Colosseum’s original features such as trapdoors and lifts, according to The Times.
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“We want to give an idea of how it was and we are seeking proposals from around the world,” Alfonsina Russo, the Colosseum’s director told the British newspaper.
According to the New York Post, Italy also wants the new floor to be “rapidly retractable,” in case of bad weather.
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