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Roman Amphitheatre

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Roman Amphitheatre

402 Reviews
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Raml Station Square At Kom El Dekka near the Roman Museum, Alexandria 21599 Egypt
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El ShohadaCairo Metro12 min
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Explore Alexandria on a private tour from Cairo and leave all the logistics to the experts. In the company of your own Egyptologist guide, explore such key landmarks as the catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa, Pompey’s Pillar, the Citadel of Quaitbay, and the city's new library. Includes lunch, entrance fees, a private guide and vehicle.
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Kom El-Dekka Site (Roman amphitheater) is in Alexandria - founded by Alexander the Great. It was a ‘well-off’ residential area in Graeco-Roman times, with lovely villas, bathhouses and a theatre. The amphitheater is a marble theater that once seated 800 spectators. This site
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Romans ,the people who were great thinker s and meet near theatres and exchange their ideas.This may be the place in the ancient time ,open air theatre,amphitheater ,where on one spot,if you stand and shout,you can hear echo of your sound.So they could address the people sitting
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I’m not even sure it was reconstructed correctly. Interesting artifacts above the amphitheater worth seeing.
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It is the only roman amphitheatre in Egypt. The marble seats are still visible. There are nice mosaic of birds and some long baths are still visible
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This site was rediscovered by happenstance not that long ago. Besides the small amphitheater there are remains of baths and walls of undefined purposes.
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