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Roman Theatre

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Roman Theatre
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A roman theatre built in the 1st century BC

Regaste Redentore, 2, 37129 Verona VR, Italy

The Roman Theatre in Verona was built during the late 1st century BC along the Adige River between the Ponte di Pietra (Stone Bridge) and the Ponte Postumio to protect it from flooding. Today, only remains are left such as the steps and some arcades. While it is not as impressive as the Arena, it is still worth a visit if you find yourself in the city.