- 2019-03-07 08:03 AM
The Aspendos Theatre in Antalya, north-east of Antalya and 47 km from the Greek-time town of Balqees, was one of the first old cities to keep silver and gold coins. Then it was the golden age of the city in the Roman era in the second and third centuries where the Aspendos theatre, one of the most beautiful Roman theatres to date, was built. The Seljuk Turks also paid special attention to the theater, where they restored the theater and preserved it from the time factors, so the theater is one of the most preserved in the theatre and its shape until this is our place. The theatre accommodates 15,000 spectators and has annual festivals and concerts such as the closing ceremony of the festival The golden orange of the films.