The Courion Amphitheatre is located in the coastal area of Limassol, Cyprus. It was built in the second century BC and rebuilt in the second century AD. At that time, it could accommodate more than 3,500 spectators. The theater was later used for fighting beasts. Sitting in the back row of the theater, you can enjoy the view of the sea behind you.
It’s just like the open-air movies we played when we were young. I feel that the economy of the whole country is not very developed.
Tickets are 4.5 euros, the scenery is very good, the building comes in February and March
It looks like an open-air movie, with peeling murals.
The ancient buildings of the Roman period are very magnificent