Temps libre dans la Rome antique

La Rome antique avait des quartiers d'attractions et de lumière rouge, des thermes, des théâtres et des lieux sportifs tels que le Circus Maximus. C'est là que se déroulait de loin le divertissement le plus populaire. Auteur : ZDF/Terra X/Story House Productions/Jens Afflerbach, Sebastian Scherrer/Jürgen Rehberg/Franziska Menz/Eike Wichmann, Fritz Göran Vöpel, Jörg Barton, Martin Wolkinger, Roger Grein Traduction et doublage en francais : alugha Pour plus de vidéos, cliquez ici : https://alugha.com/TerraX

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