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Piazza Sant'Oronzo in the Italian town of Lecce summarizes in an urban salon many centuries of history like the huge Roman amphitheatre which might contain up to 20.000 spectators, dating back to a period presumably between I century b. C. and I century a.C.. Behind the amphitheatre on the left the medieval massif Sedile (Chair) or Palazzo del Seggio an on the right the statue of Sant'Oronzo, patron of the city, built in 1666.