Set in the Rhône Valley, the Roman Theatre in Orange, France is undoubtedly one of the finest relics of the Roman empire. Constructed in the 1st century AD, the theatre was the first of its kind in France.
Described by King Louis XIV as the 'most beautiful wall', the structure boasts an imposing and impressive facade. The interiors were well arranged and could accommodate up to 9000 spectators seated as per their social status. The stage is equally extraordinary with an elaborate wall that is responsible for the unmatched acoustics of the theatre.
A visit to this famous historical edifice is sure to be a remarkable experience.