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This is a well preserved Greek classical amphitheater. Situated about a couple of hours drive from Athens, it is a must visit. Nearby small museum and other smaller ruins complete this magnificent tour.
The famous Epidaurus Theater, the greatest of its kind at the time, had an acoustics considered perfect , reproducing with precision and, mainly, of audible form, even the sound of a coin thrown in the ground, that could be heard even on the last stands....More
We spent a magical evening reliving history in this two thousand five hundred year old amphitheater watching perhaps an equally historical Greek tragedy. The play was an Italian rendition of Sophocles’ “Oedipus at Colonnus” with Greek and English subtitles projected onto strip screens on either...More
One of the most well kept ancient theater in the world that I have seen, but the ticket of 12 euros is too high for what the site offers. They did not offer at this price any documentation and the ticket itself is modest. The...More
Luckily it was a cloudy day & not too busy. Def worth a visit & just nice to sit & think about all the people who might have sat there. Other interesting buildings & historical artefacts also on the same site.
The theatre is the star jewel in this amazing ancient complex of healing. As I have always believed the Theatre to be a place of healing, I felt very comforted here. The whole complex is layed out beautifully, but the centerpiece is the theatre itself....More
Extremely well preserved, and there never seem to be too much people around, meaning that you can take perfect photos. There is an information center and a few information points but otherwise not much explaining the exact history and usage of the theatre. However, the...More