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Heading the Naxos Bay, clearly visible among the remains of the old stage (as I will show in another photo coming soon), this greek theater is the main atraction of Taormina, a nice city (but not as much as expected, I should say, and always in my opinion). Rebuilt by the Romans, the stands for the audience has an astonishing 109 meters of diameter and I think the greatness of it could be notice in this photo. Another peculiarity is that it was excabate into the a mountain, starting from up till down.
The day we visited the place, there were also a great show going on there: A great sky I want to share with you. Take care.

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Additional Photos by Miguel Parra Jimenez (MiguelP) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1922 W: 57 N: 3107] (14470)
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