The Kom Al-Dikka or Roman Amphitheatre in Alexandria dates back to the 2nd century AD, with typical Greco-Roman features

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Alexandria Roman Theatre, Alexandria

The Kom Al-Dikka or Roman Amphitheatre in Alexandria dates back to the 2nd century AD, with typical Greco-Roman features.

The Kom Al-Dikka or Roman Amphitheatre in Alexandria dates back to the 2nd century AD, with typical Greco-Roman features. Though modest in size with a capacity of at most 800, it had 13 marble terraces with green marble columns and white marble seating for spectators, with first row seats of red granite. Excavations around the site show remnants of a small village with Roman baths, lecture halls, and the Villa of the Birds, a large house filled with beautiful mosaics of different birds.


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About Alexandria Roman Theatre

 Alexandria , Egypt

Alexandria Roman Theatre and Nearby Sights on Map

Attarine Mosque

Originally a church dedicated to Saint Athanasius built in 370 AD, it was converted into the Attarine Mosque following the Muslim conquest of Egypt

Graeco-Roman Museum

The Graeco-Roman Museum has a vast collection of 40,000 objects, mostly dating from the 3rd century BC to the 3rd century AD, that show the influence of Graeco-Roman culture on Egyptian society after Alexander the Great's conquest

Alexandria Museum of Fine Arts

The Museum of Fine Arts displays a collection of paintings, sculpture and architectural works by national and international artists

Kom el-Shouqafa

The Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa are counted as one of the 7 wonders of the Medieval Ages

Tomb of the Unknown Naval Soldier

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Mansheya is a neo-Classical monument honoring Egyptian military personnel who lost their lives at sea

Alexandria National Museum

The Alexandria National Museum has 3 floors of exhibits on the history of Alexandria in Al-Saad Bassili Pasha Palace, an elegant Italianate mansion

Bibliotheca Alexandrina

The Bibliotheca Alexandrina commemorates the ancient Library of Alexandria as a major library and cultural centre on the Mediterranean coast

Pompey's Pillar

Pompey's Pillar is a monolithic column built in 297 AD to commemorate the victory of Roman emperor Diocletian over an Alexandrian revolt, after which he exempted them from paying taxes that year

Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi Mosque

The Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi Mosque built in 1775 by the Algerians has the tomb of Andalusian Sufi saint el-Mursi Abul Abbas

National Institute For Oceanography & Fisheries

The National Institute For Oceanography & Fisheries has an aquarium and museum on marine life