Epidavros, Greece: Perfect Acoustics
More info about travel to Greece's Peloponnese: The sanctuary at Epidavros, Greece, has the best-preserved theater in the ancient world and the scant remains of its city. Though it hasn't been in operation since 426 A.D., the theater still has perfect acoustics.
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GREECE: EXPLORING the magnificent ANCIENT THEATRE of EPIDAURUS ????️ (Epidavros), GREECE
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The Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus is a theatre in the Greek city of Epidaurus, located on the southeast end of the sanctuary dedicated to the ancient Greek God of medicine, Asclepius. It is built on the west side of Cynortion Mountain, near modern Lygourio, and belongs to the Epidaurus Municipality.
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The Greatest Theatre
The Ancient Greeks built an acoustically perfect theatre in Epidaurus that is still used to this day, over two thousand years later.
Epidaurus Theater - Epidavros, Greece
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Built in the 4th century BC, this theater has an exceptional acoustics. You can hear unamplified spoken word from the stage to all 15,000 spectators, regardless of their seating
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Alone Onstage at the Ancient Greek Theater of Epidavros
One of my great treats is being literally all alone (with a fine local guide) at some of our civilization’s greatest sights. With this clip, you’re here with me — late in the day when it’s silent and cool — at Epidavros, the most amazing theater surviving from the ancient world. After visiting so many museums here in Greece, I couldn’t help but notice how my guide, Patty, actually has an “archaic” smile — perfectly matching the enigmatic little grin you see on the statues from Greece’s Archaic Period (500 to 700 B.C.), before the Golden Age came and saddled us with reality.
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Aerial Drone footage of Epidaurus Theatre, Greece | Αρχαίο Θέατρο Επιδαύρου
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Climbing the Epidaurus Theater
Climbing the Epidaurus Theater stairway,
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Epidavros Theatre, 3rd century BC, impeccable acoustics. The theatre only has performances in July and August but you can visit it any time of the year en route biking to Nafplio.
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Our Final Acoustics Test in the Ancient Theater of Epidauros
Taking a last look around the wonderful theater of Epidauros.
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Theatre at Epidaurus
A short video about the theatre at Epidaurus, including the famous coin test. And yes its theatre and not theater!
The Ancient Epidaurus Theatre, Greece
A greek theatre which was built between the end 4th beginning to 3rd c. b.c. is marveled for its exceptional acoustics. April 28, 2011
Sanctuary of Asklepios at Epidaurus - UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Sanctuary of Asklepios at Epidaurus is a fascinating and unusual UNESCO World Heritage Site in Greece. It's an ancient sanctuary - a health retreat, dating back 2500 years. Ancient Greeks would come here to be treated and recover from illness, and in some ways it's the birthplace of modern medicine as well. Let's have a closer look!
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