It was a building here during the Roman rule. This theater is quite interesting. There are very good relics in the entire theater. The Roman theater is also very large, and you can vaguely see the prosperity of the time. [Scenery] Surrounded by historical sites [Value for money] Very cost-effective
Just below the castle, close to the castle. It has been abandoned and can be visited for free. There is also a small exhibition hall inside. Enter this theater through the small exhibition hall. Have time to check it out!
The sun is shining when the sky, pay attention to sunscreen, there are small partners who are sunburned. Love the history of the small partners suggest to go! The ancient ruins, as if back to the ancient times, it is worth going!
Roman Theater-Located near Ankara, this ancient Roman theater was excavated. Judging from its scale, it must have been a very prosperous place back then. The stone used was very strong and elegant, and the seats could hold up to ten thousand people. It has the value of archeology and research in ancient Rome.
Majestic, spectacular, but better not go in the afternoon as it is too hot.
"In the second century B.C., under the exalted efforts of ruler Umeronus II, the Bajamuns built vast libraries, temples, the steepest Roman theaters in the world on hillsides, and prestigious medical centers." It is a highly civilized city with science, art, culture, academic and medical science, and it is comparable to Alexander Alexander in Egypt at the same time.
I did not visit the Roman Theatre in Ankara. There are many such Roman Theatres in Turkey, especially the cities of western Turkey, which can be seen in this kind of historical sites.
Preston_Dominguez: Merkez, Altındag Merkez, Altındag, Ankara
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Ankara,Mausoleum for former Turkish leader,Ethnography Museum,Lion Road,Roma Hamami