The Greek Theater is located in the ancient city of Side in Antalya, Turkey (also known as the ancient city of Side or Side). It was built in the second century AD in an ancient Roman style. The theater is medium-sized, with open-air circular stepped seats, which can accommodate more than 10,000 spectators. The gradient of the theater is larger and the bottom of the pot is deeper, so the sound effect should not be bad. Sitting in the last few rows, you can see the sea behind you. Although the theater has collapsed, the overall original state is better preserved. Walking around the theater, and then walking from the bottom to the upper part, you can feel the grandeur of the theater in the past.
A street is full of historical sites and commercial streets are nearby
This place is so famous. I have seen photos in many documentaries.