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We walked around the ruins first where people would come from thousands of mile away to be healed. They would be given diets of milk and honey and all sorts of natural remedies as well as different temperature baths and exercise. But of course it...More
We stopped at the Epidaurus Theater after a visit to Nafplio, and as we were a little tired we almost didn’t do it but so glad we did. Not a place I think you could spend a half day but it really was spectacular to...More
When I was there, the test was being done from the center when you can be any where in the theater (I was at the very top) and someone was in the stone circle at the bottom and dropped a coin, and tore paper and...More
My wife and I were here on a Globus tour.
Epidaurus (Epidavros) – main attraction being a very well-preserved 2,300 year-old open-air theater. The theater itself was in very good shape.
If you can get someone to stand on a spot in the middle or...More
Our guide spoke of the many entertainers who have performed, here, probably to appreciate how their particular talents were emphasised by the acoustics. This was being mimicked by some who did their mini-acts, standing centre stage. All down to the body heat, when the seats...More
You'll probably see plenty of ruins while exploring Greece and most of them will cost 12 eur per person. This one I definitely not regret paying. The site is really amazing. Sitting at the top row seats of the Theater surrounded by beautiful nature I...More
Polycleitus designed this theatre in c.350 B.C. in its original format it had a beautiful three storey high scene building and a roof over it. This would have improved the acoustics even further.
I was not there for a performance.
The entire theatre is 387ft...More