ⓘ Roman Theater (Zaragoza)

                                     

ⓘ Roman Theater (Zaragoza)

The Roman Theater of Zaragoza is a theater from the Roman era, built in the first half of the 1st century AD, in the Age of Tiberius and Claudius. It had a capacity of 6.000 spectators and followed the model of the Theatre of Marcellus in Rome. It was active until the third century.

Its materials were used to build walls and other buildings. In 1973, archeological excavations uncovered it. It can currently be visited within the framework of the Cesaraugusta Theater Museum. It was declared Bien de Interes Cultural in 2001.