Teatro Romano in Lissabon
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You don't even have to pay to see the ruins from the top (pay if you like to take a closer look!) and it's either on the way to the supermarket or Castelo.
This museum aims to show the roman theather which was the theather of the ancient city of Olisipo (ancient name for Lisboa). Set in the 17 century, today you can see its exposed archaeological.
Lisbon is built in layers since 3000 and some years ago, so you'll find different remainings of different cultures, this is where the remainings of the roman anphitheater are located :)
Originally founded at the time of the emperor Augustus, these ruins cross over two millennia of history. Parts of the grandstand, from the area of the orchestra and the stage were recovered.
Fabuloso museu e ruinas do Teatro Romano. Fabulous Museum and ruins of the Roman Theatre.
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