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I found it worthwhile walking from my hotel at night to take a look.
One is always inspired by the beauty and complexity of the old Roman structures.
Well done Brescia for bringing this back to life for us.
In the country full of major Roman and ancient ruins, the small "teatro" is a "poor cousin" . It is well well cared for, whatever is worth. It is accessible through adjacent museum and the visit is included in the museum fee.
Unless one is...More
Brescia has some of the best preserved and most visitable ancient monuments in northern Italy, and this is a good example. Set between the amazing Capitoline Temple and the world class Museum of Santa Giulia this pales a little by comparison, but still retains some...More
Access is through a gate after visiting the Temple, though both are visible from the road.
The theatre is not in great shape, part having been built on in the 18th Century, yet you can see the seating, the arcades and under the stage and...More