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Roman stadium in Aizanoi., Turkey
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Das römische Stadion von Aizanoi schließt sich direkt an das Theater an und bildet mit ihm eine Einheit. Erbaut in der römischen Kaiserzeit, liegt es heute fernab der Touristenströme und die alte Bedeutung des Ortes ist nur schwer vorstellbar. Südlich des Stadions ist der gut erhaltene Zeustempel zu erkennen.

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Uploaded: 17/05/2010
Updated: 29/05/2014
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Tags: aizanoi; roman; archaeology; history; ruins; theatre; theater
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