Tarraco, like many ancient cities, has remained inhabited, and has been slowly dismantled by its own citizens for building materials. In spite of this, although the amphitheater, near the seashore was long used as a quarry, large parts of its structure have survived. It was built after the circus, and measures 45.72 meters long, although some sections of it may still be undocumented.
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