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Rabz wrote a review Sep 2020
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A beautiful place to visit at the end of a Delightful long lunch at the St. Bernard Dogs museum, next door ;) Read the history or just walk around the ancient site. It’s also a fabulous Events venue during summer Free parking 😍
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Date of experience: August 2020
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roberto wrote a review Mar 2020
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im not really in to historian type my friends and i just plan this trip just like a drop by tour. . .it was beautiful and we do some walks around. . .lovely indeed.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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mppalmer wrote a review Dec 2019
Klang, Malaysia453 contributions141 helpful votes
On route to Barrylands, we stopped at the local tourist office to find out the route, we were then told about this place. It is very near Barrylands so after visiting the dogs, we decided to have a wonder. It worth a visit if you are in the areas, no crowds, you can sit and imagine how it used to be, however I personally also felt sorry for all the animals which would have had to sacrifice themselves for blood sports. So mixed feelings on that. Regardless of that, it is still worth a visit, it is quite, fairly well preserved given how old it is, and today certainly peaceful.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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JWL wrote a review Sep 2019
Morges, Switzerland78 contributions25 helpful votes
Nothing breathtaking or overwhelming. But pleasant and interest. I am an absolute fan of roman ruins, so I enjoy alot. But sure not only to visit this modest ampitheater, but also the diverse ruins that are found in the surroundings and city. The small bit of remaining road is incredible . . .
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Date of experience: August 2019
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bonsi7 wrote a review Apr 2019
Antwerp, Belgium491 contributions137 helpful votes
Located near the Fondation Gianadda, it's a wonder I had not found the amphitheater before. It's relatively small, seating "only" about 5000. Well preserved and reconstructed, it's worth a visit if you're in the neighborhood. It's free.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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