The Roman Theatre
The Roman Theatre is located just below La Alcazaba. It was not discovered until 1951 when a garden was going to be built at the entrance of the Culture Centre. The theatre was constructed during the Augustus period and from the 3rd century it was used for the Moors as a quarry to restore La Alcazaba. Inside it there are Roman capitals and columns. Currently we can see the entrance gallery to the proscenium -stage- that used to be covered by a dome, part of a the 15 metre orchestra, the bleachers with 3 terraces, a 31 metre radius and 16 metre high and also the vomitorium or access gates to the bleachers.