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This is a nicely restored amphitheater that gives a good idea of how the original looked and how effective it was as a place for the arts. The view from the top of the amphitheater is impressive, and one can see much of the city.
A relatively small theatre holding about 1500 people, built between 80BC and 75BC. it would originally have been covered by a roof but is now open to the sky. Some of the dressing rooms are also preserved.
OH MY WORD this is massive and amazing to imagine how this was constructed to precision. Pink Floyd played their consent here to no audience and this was amazing to think we stood right where the battles took place and the concert at the same...More
This has been reconstructed, but it gives you an idea of what it would have looked like. The acoustics are amazing. A whisper we made on the floor of the theatre, carried up to a member of our party on the top tier.
You will visit Pompeii and then you will visit it again.
It was really a Trip that my Brother and Me ,shall for sure do it again in the future.
A unique experience and a beautiful Dalliance in one of the most efflorescent Civilizations that...More