My favorite place in the entire ancient city may be this place, because it is relatively open and there are some relatively complete architectural outlines, so I can clearly feel some of the conditions here at that time.
The seats in this open-air theater, the semicircular stage and the passages inside the theater are all well preserved. It can be imagined that this place two or three thousand years ago, there will be some great dramas every day.
This is a typical Roman semi-circle amphitheater. It was built more than 2,000 years ago. After thousands of years of sand cleaning, it feels that it still preserves the spectacular scene at that time, which is pretty good.
The structure of the theater is not well preserved, but it can be seen that the auditorium and the stage of the theater at that time are also in the style of the Roman theater, and it feels smaller than the Roman theater seen in other places.
The theater was built in a relatively open area in the valley. In fact, I think it is not small in scale. The weathered theater facilities still show people how lively and prosperous it was back then.
I google maps and few other places this place has been referred to as Roman Odeon. There is much smaller theater adjacent to and with approach by the side of main theatre. This has very limited seats...
The Odeon theatre is a small Roman heritage site at the historic downtown of Amman. Smaller than the Roman Theatre nearby, it offers a glimpse into the Jordanian capital's Roman legacy.