One of the main attractions at Ceasarea is the Roman Theater; it presently seats 3,600 for summer concerts and performances.
Only a few rows of the original stone seats remain (see photo at left). It is a gorgeous venue, looking out over the Mediterranean Sea, surrounded by the antiquities of Ceasarea.
While the structure was magnificent, I felt the site had been defiled by the plastic chairs, modern stage and metal framework for lights and speakers.
Thought for the Day: Sixties are now considered a historical period, just like the Roman Empire. Dave Barry