This place looks like an archaeological dig. The cut-marble seating, columns, and smaller chambers are all intact. It's easy to imagine the place when it was in use. There is a path above the amphitheater that leads to an enclosed chamber with signs indicating that excavation is still in progress, but we've never seen evidence of that and we've visited the site three times this year. In that area, beware of the guard who hands you his hat for a photo. He will be very helpful, pretend to allow you to enter an "off-limits" area, and then will ask for baksheesh, hounding you if you refuse. The site is still worth visiting, just say no to the special favors!
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