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Teatro Romano, Cadiz
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  • -What most caught my attention was the knowledge and the staff in charge of the premises, the visit very interesting.
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  • This is a well organised exhibit, which puts the excavation into perspective with the general pattern of Roman Ruins. There are a few artefacts to see and the theatre itself, although worn, is interes...  more »
  • The ruins of the Roman Theatre of Cadiz is a beautiful testimony to the history of the city and how even in ancient times was a prominent role within the economy of the region. The Italians in the face of these ritrovanti abroad always disadvantaged we unfortunately. Let me explain, we so too at home and sometimes we underestimate the beauty of archaeological sites abroad. We are not in front of the Colosseum, but also included the city and if we have a few extra days to visit it you can make a thought. If we are only to Cadiz for the weekend, I think, you can safely omit.
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  • I have seen quite few Roman Amphitheatres including the one in Rome, all of them always move me, on the end of the day we are walking on 2000 years old stones. The remains of that one are quite poor comparing but I love the little museum attached to it. They cleverly used what they have and put together when, why, who... there is even very short film in english and spanish teaching you about the amphitheatre. Bravo!!! And it's free.☺
  • Siempre lo he visto cerrado.
  • Small but nice.
  • It is a pity it do nothing to recover this theatre.
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  • Closed for renovation
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