The Roman Theatre, located in Alexandria, Egypt, is one of the rare Roman remains of Egypt. The marble seats and the mosaic- flooring are the proofs of Roman magnificence. With a capacity of 800 people, The Roman Theatre also served the purpose for wrestling matches and musical performances in the Ptolemaic times. The semi-circular white marble tiers on which the theatre is grounded are thirteen pieces of Europe imports. The columns are made of green Asian marbles and Aswan red granite. The geometric mosaic decorations on the wings of the both side of the stage are exceptionally beautiful. The Roman Theatre is surely a place to remember for visitors.
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