The well preserved Roman theatre where people could watch gladiators perform
This is the oldest surviving amphitheatre in the world, built in stone around BC 80. Locals would sit in the elliptical shaped amphitheatre - the elite and the richest would sit in the front, the poor would sit behind. Even today, you can see the difference in the seating between the front and back seats. While walking around the ancient excavations, the Teatro Grande is a good place to relax and eat your lunch.
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