Roman Theatre of Zaragoza
The Roman Theater was built in the first century, at the time of Tiberius and was completed at the time of Emperor Claudius. It became one of the most sumptuous of Roman Hispania, with a capacity of 6,000 spectators. Unlike other theaters, using gradients in the ground, the building was constructed in imitation of the ground plan of the Theater of Marcelo in Rome.
In the third century stones began to be used to build the theater's walls and other buildings, with which much of the original structure of the building was lost. It was eventually covered by other buildings until the seventies when it was dug up and revealed to the sun once more.
The Roman Theater is, with the Forum and the , a part of the Route of Caesaraugusta., the
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