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Teatro di Marcello

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Begun by Julius Caesar and completed by the emperor Augustus in AD 13, this was Rome's first permanent building dedicated to drama; it held 20,000 spectators. Like other Roman monuments, it was transformed into a fortress during the Middle Ages. During the Renaissance, it was converted into a residence by the Savelli, one of the city's noble families. The small archaeological zone is used as a summer venue for open-air classical music and lyrical concerts.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Via del Teatro di Marcello, Jewish Ghetto, Rome, 00186 | Map It
  • Phone: 06/87131590 for concert information
  • Website:
  • Location: Ghetto
Updated: 03-19-2014

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