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Turkey, Aspendos, Roman theatre, Seating
Aspendos has a strong claim to possess the best-preserved Roman theatre in the world. It dates from the mid-second century, completed during the last years of the reign of Antoninus Pius, to a design by a local architect, Zenon. The cavea seats over 10,000; walking around the top level, you can still find the original post holes for the masts fixing the velarium.
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Mark Z2  [Dec 21, 2010 at 03:04 AM]
Super!