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Theater of Epidavros, Greece - Stock Image

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The theater of Epidavros is the most perfect and best preserved of the ancient theaters and if you stand where the actors would have stood and drop a pebble, you can hear it on the top row, provided that the place is not full of tourists. It seats up to 14,000 people and is still used in the summer for the Epidavros Festival in July and August. The site of Epidavros was a sanctuary to Asklepios, with a healing spring and was one of the major healing centers of the ancient world. The ancient site is fairly extensive and dates from around the 3rd and 4th Century BC. There are ruins of several temples, a stadium and buildings from ancient Greek and Roman periods
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