Ancient Roman Amphitheater, Alexandria

#3 of 17 in Historic Sites in Alexandria
Ruin · Tourist Spot
Once a place of leisure for residents of Alexandria, Ancient Roman Amphitheater stands as a small but well preserved bit of evidence that an ancient culture once thrived in this area. The only Roman amphitheater in the country, the site features 13 terraces made of white marble, upon which the spectators sat cheering on various ancient events. Plan to visit Ancient Roman Amphitheater during your Alexandria vacation using our convenient Alexandria trip builder app.
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  • It’s my first time to visit the Amphitheater of Alexandria. I was amazed by its beauty and how preserved it is. It’s simply the reminder of what used to be a complex composed of the theatre, houses...  more »
  • Kom el-Dekka is Arabic for 'Mound of Rubble', a name given in the 19th century to describe how the area once looked. Today’s archaeological site was excavated and conserved through a joint effort...  more »
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  • Need more improvement to be done in this place
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