Ancient Rome left its mark everywhere in¬†Fiesole, for example, a few steps from¬†Florence, there are the remains of a very well-preserved¬†ancient theater. Amid the hills, the green, there is this magical place where you can enjoy an incomparable view. The auditorium had a capacity of about 2500 people. It was probably built in the¬†early first century BC¬†and, according to what we know, it was a theater where the¬†tragedies¬†took place as well as¬†satirical comedies,¬†dance¬†and¬†music. Towards the end of the nineteenth century, the theater underwent a great reconstruction work, although you can still see the old part which remained intact. Visiting this theater you have to imagine the area illuminated by torches, in the complete darkness of the surrounding countryside (the true darkness of the nights before the industrial age!), While the actors, armed with traditional masks that amplified his voice, recited on stage a comedy by Plautus or Terence. Roman ruins in the hills of Florence. Anything else to add?
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