Roman Theatre

Medellín, Spain

The Roman theater of Medellín is located on the southern slope of Cerro del Castillo, within the boundaries of an important archaeological site, whose origins date back to the Late Bronze Age and the Orientalizing period. The architectural study of this theater indicates that it must have had a maximum capacity of around 3,200 spectators.


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Founded: 1st century BCE
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in Spain


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Conny Porras Ruiz (10 months ago)
I loved the experience of enjoying a great concert there.
Nicolás Milán (13 months ago)
A spacious and good-sounding theater that emanates a good atmosphere in its finishes and halls, apart from the fact that this site is one of the centers for national and international events for the city of Medellín (outside the La Macarena events plaza).
Diego Acosta (13 months ago)
Fantastic. We enjoyed a lot our son's farewell show.
Jina Muñoz (17 months ago)
Lovely place. I went to Franco Escamilla's show.
Andrés Castaño Cuervo (5 years ago)
Great place for attend events where sound and lights could be a top companion. Discreet, clean, with good attention and parking places. As be inside of University of Medellin this brings the place a secure aspect. Pay attention as if you assist to event here you cannot get in whit beverages and drinks.
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