|50 (Double production speed with Creative)|
- +1 happiness to the city
- +1 happiness from horses instead of from dye
- Does not allow for turning 2 citizens into artists
- Receives +1 happiness per 5% culture rate instead of per 10% culture rate.
Civilopedia Entry Edit
The Hippodrome of Constantinople (literally "Horse Path" in Greek) was constructed in 203 AD by the Emperor Sepitmus Severus. The building was a massive venue for chariot races. While the art of charioteering saw great advances in the Hippodrome - the first four-horse races were held here - much of the venue's renown would stem from it involvement in one of the most terrible massacres in Byzantine history. During the Nika Revolts, a brutal uprising between rival racing factions, nearly 30000 rioters were slain by Byzantine troops within the Hippodrome.