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The Ancient Theatre of Larissa Opens its Doors to the Public

One of the best preserved ancient theatres, the Ancient Theatre of Larissa, Greece, dated back to the 3rd century BC, opened its doors to the public. Following Larissa Antiquities Ephorate decision, the theatre will be open for visitors every day from 10 am-1 pm with free entrance. The Ancient Theatre of Larissa is one of the best preserved and larger theatres of the ancient world that could host approximately 12,000 spectators. The visitors will have access to the area of the orchestra and the stage. However, the seats and the other areas of the theatre will not be accessible because they are under restoration.
(source: ana-mpa)

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