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Roman theater in Amman (Jordan), a city which in ancient Rome was called Philadelphia. The theater was built during the reign of emperor Antoninus Pius (138-161 CE).
The object, built on a slope, had 6,000 seats. Currently, various cultural attractions are taking place in the theater.
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