The Roman Theatre of Trieste

The Roman Theatre of Trieste (Teatro Romano) rumored to have been built between the 1st and 2nd centuries AD, is located right in the city center, at the foot of San Giusto hill.
With the passage of time and the development of the center of Trieste, the theater was hidden behind other more modern buildings and surfaced again in 1938, with the remodeling of the city.

Today, the theater can seat about 6,000 spectators, hosts various musical and artistic events during the summer months, while one can easily visit it by simply taking a walk in the city.