Epidaurus was an ancient city in Greece which hosted a famous health center
It also hosts one of the best preserved theaters of the ancient world

The first 34 rows of the theater were built in the 4th century BC by the Greeks
Later on, in Roman times, a further 21 rows were added, the divider is visible near the top of the picture

Sonya and John standing in the upper rows. The division between Greek and Roman rows can be seen

The theater could seat 15,000 people and has very good acoustics unfortunately this means someone
is always annoyingly standing in the center singing

The top rows with some restored construction

The view out to the countryside, Greek theaters were usually built with a good view

Straight on view showing the large size of the theater

Although the theater is the main attraction at Epidaurus there are other areas such as the stadium shown here