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In Kom el-Decca, not far from the station, Polish archaeologists in 1959 discovered the ruins of a Roman amphitheater, which was built in the 2nd century BC. It is this Amphitheater and has become one of the main attractions of Alexandria.
The amphitheater has 12 marble terraces that form a semicircle. This structure is the only such structure in all of Egypt.
After the restoration, the amphitheater was included in the open-air museum dedicated to ancient history. The museum also includes the nearby Roman baths, as well as a 1 200 sq. m. It exhibits exhibits that were recovered from the sea day near the fortress of Kite Bay.
The most significant exhibits of the museum –
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Topic: Amphitheater in Egypt, Alexandria resort.