I love the roof of this cathedral, the centre of Vienna.
The Theatre of Epidaurus, and yes you can sit in the very back row of the theatre and clearly hear the conversations on the stage. The theatre was built in the 4th Century BCE, about 2400 years ago, and is part of the massive healing sanctuary of Epidaurus, the best in the classical world.
The theatre is still in use, and has seating for about 14000. Tickets are available here.
You can’t take too many pictures of the magnificent Parthenon
Just a lovely sunset in Langebaan.
The Ancient stadium of Nemea was build around 330BC for the Argos games. It is very typical of ancient Greek stadiums. Except if you want, you can race there. In 1996 they revived games at the stadium, and anybody can complete. Now you complete just for fun. There are no prized or records of winners but I think it just might be a plan. The next games in are 2020.
The tunnel through which athletes enter the stadium. The ancient changing room is just behind the tunnel.
The start line.