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The Roman Amphitheater of Alexandria in the Kom al-Dikka Complex, Alexandria.

The Roman Amphitheater of Alexandria in the Kom al-Dikka Complex, Alexandria.

The audience section has a diameter of about 33 meters and consists of 13 rows made of European white marble with the uppermost part being a portico made out of granite columns that were brought from Aswan and some of them are still standing until today. The thirteen rows of the Roman Amphitheatre of Alexandria were numbered with Roman digits and letters to regulate the seating of the audience on different occasions.

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Photo taken @ Alexandria on 16 October 2018 (© ER's Eyes / Flickr)

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