Ancient Odeon of Thasos

Thasos, Greece

The ancient Odeon of Thasos, an conservatory in the ancient city of Thassos was built in Roman times. The building, which was discovered in 1929 gives us the impssion of a monumental building even though its biggest part is under the modern road of the town with only its lower part visible and the first rows of seats. It is certain that in ancient times it would have been an imposing edifice. It is made of marble and situated in the south of the ancient Agora.  

The building consists of a hollow with two rows of seats, forming a semicircle, one orchestra and a stage structure. The orchestra is not paved and from the byways survived the two walls that support the ground at the edges of the hollow.



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Irakliou, Thasos, Greece
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Founded: 2nd century AD
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in Greece

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Timothy Robare (4 months ago)
They need to really work on keeping these ancient things better kept
hjkl jkl (2 years ago)
Unimpressive sight. There are no tablets with information
Dimitris Papastergiou (2 years ago)
Nice little odeon!
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Tereza Šánová (2 years ago)
I got to the place according to the map, but it was fenced without an entrance, the place is connected with Agora and it is necessary to go through the whole inconspicuous section between the fenced plots, it looks like a dry riverbed. if you are lucky there is a hole in the fence above which you will go
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