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great theatre of Ephesus The great theater of Ephesus is a splendidly preserved and very impressive building. This structure, built of marble, has a width of 145 meters, and its audience once reached up to 30 meters. In its heyday, it could accommodate up to 24,000 spectators. The construction of the theater began in Hellenistic times. The Ephesus theatre was used not only for concerts and plays, but also for religious, political and philosophical discussions and for gladiator and animal fights.


Recreated and uploaded September 30, 2021

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