I am here by night in a Pixies concert. Not my first time in a concert here. This is a great place to see a performance. The roman knew what they were doing and they knew how to build... If you are lucky, you get...More
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It must have been a spectacular structure when constructed over two thousand years ago. Thankfully it still stands today due to the integrity of it's stone construction. From the top seating the views of the Mediterranean are awesome.
Paul told Festus and Felix about Jesus here. Close to chariot races, Herod's palace, beautiful Mediterranean Sea.
This is a very interesting amphitheater to visit although that has been extensive reconstruction. Apparently still used for various productions. Unfortunately that includes hundreds of plastic chairs in the orchestra area for attendees. The original back drop is long gone. Definitely check it out
Perfect place just to take in the view of the Mediterranean. Now imagine listing to a concert at the same time. Even from the upper seats I could hear my friend talk to me from the "stage."
Our tour group had a great visit to Caesarea National Park. Before walking the amazing site we had a Devotional/Teaching in the Theater. It was a glimpse of the past and the power and greatness of Rome. It also spoke of the strength and commitment...More
This arena is a something that needs to be seen. Pictures cannot do it justice. We entered from the southern entrance, and walked north, with this theater being in the middle. Sitting in the seats and looking toward the sea is amazing.