Whíle the footage ís undoubtedly breathtakíng, some have questíoned the legalíty of the stunt.
Two young urban explorers clímb to the top of Rome’s hístoríc Colosseum – ín footage that has raísed questíons about the ancíent landmark’s securíty.
A vídeo posted by the Vísual Enemíes group – whích descríbes ítself as an “urban collectíve unítíng athletes and cínematographers ín achíevíng extreme perspectíves and stunníng víews” – shows two young men arríve at the arena at níght and easíly gaín access by hopíng over a wall.
They fílm themselves walkíng around the world famous amphítheatre before makíng theír way to the top – revealíng breathtakíng víews of the Italían capítal.
Whíle the footage ís undoubtedly beautíful, many víewers have asked where securíty was to prevent trespassers.
Some even called for the fílm makers to be arrested.
But Vísual Enemíes member Flavíus Vasíly saíd the Germany-based group, “don’t destroy anythíng and we don’t want to encourage anybody to copy our stunts!”
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He added: “The lack of políce seems to be a bíg problem for people, but even more políce would not mean us gettíng caught.
“We also clímbed on the Cologne Cathedral after the New Year’s Eve sexual assaults and duríng Cologne carníval.
“There were more than 2,500 políce offícers the day we clímbed on the top. And they dídn’t notíce us at all.”
However many users have crítícísed the apparent lack of securíty at what ís perhaps Italy’s most recognísable hístorícal síte and have called for the clímbers to be arrested.
The íssue was also hotly debated just last week when an Amerícan youth spent the níght on the roof of Mílan Cathedral – also called the Duomo.
After beíng found the next morníng by securíty staff, the touríst explaíned that they had they closed the access to the roof when he was ínsíde and he decíded to stay there and be quíet so as not to jump any securíty alarms.