The theater is a bit outside the town centre. A very good informative pamphlet is included in the entry fee.
The place is impressive, even by our standards today. Like all old structures time has taken it's toll, the stone terraced seating has been removed to build a monastery. You can go down into "the cellar" of the arena and see the engineering underneath. The arched gateways are also quite impressive.
There is supposed to be remains of painted plaster somewhere but we couldn't find it. It may be in the restricted sections.
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