Roman Amphitheatre (Kom El Dikka)


The Alexandria’s Roman Amphitheatre is modest in size as most of the part of the structure is in a ruined condition, but still, it is an excellent ancient structure of Roman period, located in the middle of Alexandria.
Discovered by accident in 1960, the theatre also consists of the lower-level stage surrounded by 13 marble seats with room up to 800 people.

Around the Amphitheatre, there are uncovered Roman baths, lecture halls, and a small village, a large house filled with beautiful mosaics. The area surrounding the Amphitheatre contains a small outdoor exhibition of Pharaonic and Greco-Roman era objects that have been found beneath the water of the nearby harbor.