So, Toledo has this Roman Circus, built 2,000 years ago, and half dug out. It’s the second biggest one unearthed in Spain.
It’s located in a public park, so we have free access to the ruins. I took a couple of shots at sunset:
This is the plan, so you get an idea of the shape and scale of it. As you can see, it was a race course, rather than a circular installation.
The photo below shows part of the front curve of taken during daylight hours at the position indicated in red on the plan above: