Daily digest: Norway’s Momentum biennial fires its curator, Rome’s Colosseum opens tunnels to the public, and more

Welcome back to another Friday, but this one kicks off a long holiday weekend. If the weather isn’t too hot, too cold, or too wet, why not get out of the house this weekend?

Here’s what you need to know today:

Rome’s Colosseum opens its underside to the public for the first time ever

Ahead of the planned renovation of Rome’s iconic Colosseum that will add a new retractable floor, 525 feet of new walkways have been added to the subterranean tunnels and now visitors can walk through them for the first time. Now tourists can walk through the same tunnels below the amphitheater that once shepherded gladiators, animals, and Colosseum

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