The forum of the antique Roman town Augusta Trayana is an archaeological site in the central part of the town of Stara Zagora. The site was found after construction activities in the region of the Court Palace in the town.
The antique forum complex is one of the most monumental installations in the Roman town of Augusta Trayana. The founder of the town was Emperor Trayan (98 - 117), where the name of the town comes from. As early as the first decades of its existence, Augusta Trayana was established as an important economical, political, administrative and intellectual center in the Roman province of Thrace. It had a special statute.Nowadays, a tribune for viewers is constructed at the antique forum, and it is used as a scene for various opera, theater, ballet and festival events.Visits are performed only by a preliminary request in the Regional Historical Museum of Stara Zagora.
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