img_0140 Theater of Epidaurus, 4th century BC, capacity 15000. It is noticeable for its exceptional acoustics: regular voice emitted at the center point of the stage can...
Theater of Epidaurus, 4th century BC, capacity 15000. It is noticeable for its exceptional acoustics: regular voice emitted at the center point of the stage can…
img_0134 The theater is still in use today.
The theater is still in use today.
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img_0161 Stadium.
Stadium.
img_0163 Asklepios was the god believed to cure people. In ancient times until the 5th century AD Asklepios was worshipped in Epidaurus, then the largest such curing...
Asklepios was the god believed to cure people. In ancient times until the 5th century AD Asklepios was worshipped in Epidaurus, then the largest such curing…
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img_0151 The museum of Epidaurus with the finds in the theater and the asklepieion.
The museum of Epidaurus with the finds in the theater and the asklepieion.
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img_0158 Model of a Corithian capital used to carve other capitals on the Epidaurus site (or just a copy).
Model of a Corithian capital used to carve other capitals on the Epidaurus site (or just a copy).

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