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  • Two years later, the town constructed an amphitheater in the northern part of the castle site.
  • The area between the surviving walls has been converted into an open-air amphitheater.
  • The area between the surviving walls has been converted into an open-air amphitheater.
  • The school also has a band practice field and an amphitheater.
  • Nearby live music can be heard at the amphitheater from local bands.
  • It is also possible that construction of the amphitheater was never finished.
  • It is on the south side of the square, just above the amphitheater.
  • A series of amphitheaters extends more than north-to-south within the park.
  • The school, along with the amphitheater, was located outside of the town's walls.
  • The Club features glass doors that can be opened to create an open-air amphitheater/festival site.
  • There is an afternoon Amphitheater program, such as a military band or student dance program.
  • The first element is the natural amphitheater area, which is considered a site.
  • The facility is believed to be one of the first and largest amphitheaters built in the state.
  • During its initial development, the amphitheater was built without a roof.
  • The Center has a state-of-the-art amphitheater and a museum.
  • The festival is still held at the amphitheater next to a canal and a park.
  • An interesting feature of it was that it included a public amphitheater in the lower level.
  • This concert was not in the round and played mostly in amphitheaters across the country and around the world.
  • The new amphitheater was also built with state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment.
  • Finally they came to one of the large amphitheaters into which several of the tunnels opened. Cited from The Girl in the Golden Atom, by Raymond King Cummings
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Words starting with amphitheater

Meaning of amphitheater

  • noun A sloping gallery with seats for spectators (as in an operating room or theater)
  • noun An oval large stadium with tiers of seats; an arena in which contests and spectacles are held