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by andynash

"Ancient Amphitheater"

Located right at the foot of Malaga's Alcazaba lies one of the city's archaeological gems, the Teatro Romano (Roman Theater). This ancient Roman amphitheater was discovered in 1951, while building the gardens of the Palacio de Archivos y Bibliotecas. The theater dates back to the first century BCE. Throughout its history it has been used first as a theater until the third century, and as a Moorish quarry. Today curious travelers can visit the different areas of the site, including the stage, the orchestra area, the vomitorium, and the seating areas.
Calle Alcazabilla 8, Malaga, Spain, 29012
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"Ancient Amphitheater"
Located right at the foot of Malaga's Alcazaba lies one of the city's archaeological gems, the Teatro Romano (Roman Theater). This ancient Roman amphitheater was discovered in 1951, while building the gardens of the Palacio de Archivos y Bibliotecas. The theater dates back to the first century BCE. Throughout its history it has been used first as a theater until the third century, and as a Moorish quarry. Today curious travelers can visit the different areas of the site, including the stage, the orchestra area, the vomitorium, and the seating areas.
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