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Roman Amphitheatre

Raml Station Square | At Kom El Dekka near the Roman Museum, Alexandria 21599, Egypt
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Built in the 2nd century AD, this Roman amphitheater has 13 semicircular tiers made of white and gray marble.
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Raml Station Square | At Kom El Dekka near the Roman Museum, Alexandria 21599, Egypt
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Reviewed 5 June 2017 via mobile

Another quick stop in Alexandria. Extremely well preserved auditorium... you must stand on the speakers stone and hear the echo to appreciate the ancient feats of engineering.

Thank wake15272
Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

it is in the middle of Alexandria..a rather small amphitheatre but well preserved..there r also remains of an ancient roman bath and some statues discovered from marine expeditions

Thank Mohamed A
Reviewed 22 May 2017

This was one of the sites we covered on a day trip to Alexandria from Cairo. We're glad that we stopped here. KOM – EL – DIKKA Kom-El-Dikka is the local Egyptian name which actually means mound of rubble. It was accidentally discovered while digging...More

Thank pravana_10
Reviewed 19 May 2017

There is a moment when the human stops and speaks to himself and says why I am alone in this life yes this my

Thank mohamed o
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Visited with a guide - was amazed at the advanced civilisation of that time looking at the technology employed and the layout of the area. A visit definitely recommended.

Thank Christo K
Reviewed 24 April 2017

This amphitheater can be seen from outside for the budget conscious traveler. There is a lot of other focus points in Egypt

Thank Jansen771111
Reviewed 12 April 2017

I need to put this in perspective. I am Australian and we DO NOT have Roman Ruins anywhere let alone in the middle of a city. That makes this fantastic in the first instance. Secondly it is a great place where you can really get...More

Thank Supercindy01
Reviewed 26 March 2017

This Roman site was unearthed in the downtown area of old Alexandria. You literally walk back into time...you descend a stairway to the original street level of this amphitheater site. You can stand a a stone and hear your echo...perfect acoustics. Imagine yourself as an...More

Thank James A
Reviewed 19 March 2017

How cool it was to stand on the perfect acoustic location in an amphitheatre and hear the sound. Loved that our guide Emad Saleem (Memphis Tours) took us to this wonderful spot to hear what it sounded like. The entire park here is wonderful and...More

Thank SandraLikesToTravel
Reviewed 12 March 2017

The attraction itself is a good amount of Roman ruins and an amphitheater, you can save yourself the 40ep and check it out through the fence and get the same idea and a few puctures.

Thank Metadasius
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