Sabratha. Libya. Partial view of the stage building, orchestra section and semicircular cavea or auditorium of the brilliantly restored theatre which originally dates from 175-200 AD and in its heyday could seat over 5000 spectators. One of the most graceful and impressive of the Roman world, the theatre’s imposing facade behind the stage towers three storeys high and consists of 108 fluted Corinthian columns.
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- Sabratha - Libya