Theatre of Apamea

Theatre of Apamea


Muhradah, Syrian Arab Republic (SY)
Apamea is an ancient Roman city located in modern-day Syria. The theatre was one of the largest theatres in the Roman Empire. It has a cavea diameter of 139 m and an estimated seating capacity of 20.000. The only other known theatre that is larger is located in the ancient city of Pompey as it has a diameter of 156,8 m.

The theatre has fallen into a ruin due to architectural collapses and extensive quarrying in the area.
Apamea is an ancient Roman city located in modern-day Syria. The theatre was one of the largest theatres in the Roman Empire. It has a cavea diameter of 139 m and an estimated seating capacity of 20.000. The only other known theatre that is larger is located in the ancient city of Pompey as it has a diameter of 156,8 m.

The theatre has fallen into a ruin due to architectural collapses and extensive quarrying in the area.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org, en.wikipedia.org
By: Drudii

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