Field of Mars
The term Field of Mars (Latin: Campus Martius) goes back to antiquity, and designates an area, inside or near a city, used as a parade or exercise ground by the military.
Notable examples of places which were used for these purposes include:
- Campus Martius, an area in ancient Rome
- Champ de Mars, a large public space in front of the Military Academy in Paris
- Field of Mars (Saint Petersburg), a square in Saint Petersburg
Modern-day examples of places which have been given this name include:
- Pedion tou Areos, a large public park in Athens
- Field of Mars Reserve, bushland in New South Wales, Australia
- Mars (disambiguation)
- Champ de Mars (disambiguation)
- Campus Martius (disambiguation)
- Campo Marte (disambiguation)
- Mars (oil platform), an oil field in the Gulf of Mexico
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