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 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.
A group of 6 friends, walking around and sitting, wandering among the magnificent Roman ruins. In addition to admiration and shock, the biggest gratitude is to lament the rise and loss in the historical torrent.
The amphitheater in Petra is not large in scale, and the preservation is not too complete, so there is a circle of railings outside, which means that visitors are free from entering. However, I still saw many Chinese people turning over to take pictures. If you have seen Roman theaters in other places in Jordan, this amphitheatre can be ignored and not too beautiful.
[Scenery] It’s all ruins [Interesting] It’s okay, it’s not worth going, after all, it’s far away and sun-dried, just to take a look at this old theater...the price is average. If you can take a look at the chartered car
It is a Roman-style amphitheatre carved into the mountain, which can accommodate 6,000 people
The grandstands of the Romanesque amphitheatre are fanned out on the hillside. The stage is paved with boulders and is protected by dozens of layers of stepped stone pedestals, like stars holding the moon. What's even more amazing is that in the long time before the sound system was invented, the theater that could accommodate 6,000 people had natural sound effects! As long as you stand in the center of the stage, click your palms and speak, you can form a strong echo, and the sound can be spread clearly, even if you sit in the last row, you can hear clearly. In the theater, there is a passage for every 10 steps of stairs, and the entire theater can accommodate thousands of spectators.
Preston_Dominguez: Petra, Jordan
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Petra,Siq,Al Khazneh (The Treasury),AL-Deir,Temple of Dushares