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A perfect example of an Ancient amphitheatre, built in 300BC, so predating the Romans involvement in the area before they eventual put their own spin on it. The signature attraction of Ephesus and a must see.
Take time to climb to the top and see...More
I was so moved being in this theatre. We were able to be on the playing space alone and even sing a little. Standing on this stage and even sitting up in the seats will alter your perception of theatre going for good. The Romans...More
It is the first thing you see when you roll up in Ephesus and what an awesome structure it is ! A huge theater that could hold some 25,000 spectators, with excellent acoustics, spectacular setting/views and a magnificent stage. The Greeks and Romans surely knew...More
As you approach you can see it, and its so worth the visit. You can imagine sitting in the seats watching actors or animals.
Some of the seating is out of bounds but you can still get to all of the rows of seating for...More
Another magnificent structure in Ephesus, the Great Theatre could accommodate up to 25000 spectators in its day. It still hosts events nowadays with a capacity of a bit under 10000. The acoustics are still perfect even today
For myself, the theatre is an example of...More
This theater is huge. It is an amazing piece of architecture, especially when you consider when it was built. The seating capacity alone is amazing. The theater if fairly well preserved. It is a must see attraction.