The theater of ancient Rome is also a very long historical site. The Roman theater is a very unique place, and the facilities of the Roman theater are also unique. The entire range of broken walls is also fun, open-air.
Trieste is a border port city in northeastern Italy, an industrial and commercial center, Friuli-Venezia Giulia and the capital of Trieste province. The Roman theater was built between the 1st and 2nd centuries, with a typical semicircular shape. The shape of the ancient Roman theater. Located on the southeast side of Unification Square, concerts are occasionally held in summer.
The Roman Theater of Trieste, located near the Unirii Square in the center of Trieste, is the remains of an open-air theater in the ancient Roman period. Only the outline and some broken walls of the entire theater have been preserved. Visitors can walk around Visit the periphery of the ruins.
At the side of the ancient city ruins, this is not spectacular, remember to purchase a ticket to enter. Avoid noon, it's too hot!
Built between the 1st and 2nd centuries AD, the typical semicircular Roman theater, ruins can be seen everywhere!