Roman Theatre at Palmyra

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3D Image

James Lloyd
by arck-project
published on 27 February 2017

Crowdsourced photogrammetry of the Palmyra Roman Theatre.

The Roman Theatre at Palmyra (Arabic: المسرح الروماني بتدمر‎) is a Roman theatre in ancient Palmyra in the Syrian Desert. The unfinished theatre dates back to the second-century CE Severan period. It used to serve as a venue for the annual Palmyra festival.

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