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Mount Smith theatre Rhodes
Greece

Theatre of the mount Smith in a natural valley lies the acropolis, the stadium and the theatre, which was based on remains of some wear-resistant centuries. It seems that in the ancient ai he served as chair at the famous school Rhétorique of Rhodes

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