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Linkapedia Architecture Discover more about Theatre of Dionysus

Linkapedia Architecture Discover more about Theatre of Dionysus

Theatre of Dionysus  built ca. 350 BC  This theatre is located in Athens, Greece, just below the Acropolis, part of which can be seen in the upper right corner of this image. Athenians could gather to enjoy many plays here at the sanctuary dedicated to the god Dionysus. http://www.visit-ancient-greece.com/theatre-of-dionysus.html

Theatre of Dionysus built ca. 350 BC This theatre is located in Athens, Greece, just below the Acropolis, part of which can be seen in the upper right corner of this image. Athenians could gather to enjoy many plays here at the sanctuary dedicated to the god Dionysus. http://www.visit-ancient-greece.com/theatre-of-dionysus.html

Linkapedia Architecture Discover more about First Ancient Theatre, Larissa

Linkapedia Architecture Discover more about First Ancient Theatre, Larissa

Ephesus, Turkey.  Auditorium where Paul preached to the Ephesians.  AMAZING ACOUSTICS!!

Ephesus, Turkey. Auditorium where Paul preached to the Ephesians. AMAZING ACOUSTICS!!

Nantahala Outdoor Center. Perhaps take a break from the AT and get some whitewater.

Nantahala Outdoor Center. Perhaps take a break from the AT and get some whitewater.

Linkapedia Architecture Discover more about Epidaurus

Linkapedia Architecture Discover more about Epidaurus

church_somewhere in Armenia | foto © Iva Hejtmankova

church_somewhere in Armenia | foto © Iva Hejtmankova

Theater at Epidaurus - Greece.   The theater, dating to the 4th century B.C. and arranged in 55 semi-circular rows, remains the great masterwork of Polykleitos the Younger. Audiences of up to 14,000 were able to hear actors and musicians--unamplified--from the back row of the architectural masterpiece.

Theater at Epidaurus - Greece. The theater, dating to the 4th century B.C. and arranged in 55 semi-circular rows, remains the great masterwork of Polykleitos the Younger. Audiences of up to 14,000 were able to hear actors and musicians--unamplified--from the back row of the architectural masterpiece.

"Avenue of the Knights" (Rhodes, Greece)

"Avenue of the Knights" (Rhodes, Greece)

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