Most of the seats in this well preserved Roman theatre are still in place and you can look up at on of the surviving towers and see where the top of the theatre was. The tiles in front of the stage are faded but original. There isn't much of the sound wall remaining but just in front of the stage you can see the trench where the curtain would be hidden during the shows. When we were there a group of French school children were learning about the site and the docent was leading them in a short play - pretty neat to see.
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