Théâtre antique d'Orange

Exceptional testimony to the ancient Roman Theatre of Orange is the best preserved in Europe theater. It was built between the years 10 and 25 AD

Join the List of World Heritage by UNESCO, it is renowned for its magnificent stage wall carved 103 meters long. Louis XIV had also described the imposing facade of the theater "the finest wall in my kingdom."

The building was used until the fall of the Empire in the fourth century AD IN Middle Ages it served as a refuge for people during the wars of religion. In the nineteenth century, a restoration program was launched. The steps are not restored until the late nineteenth century. In 2006, a stage roof is added.

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