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Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: the auditorium seen from centre stage

RIBA34503
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: the stage seen from the auditorium

RIBA34504
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: view of the theatre in its urban setting

RIBA34505
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: close-up of the theatre in its urban setting

RIBA34506
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: panoramic view of the theatre and Sagunto

RIBA34507
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: panoramic view of the theatre and Sagunto

RIBA34508
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: oblique view from the town of the stage wall and the remains of one of the two towers

RIBA34509
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: oblique view of the stage wall

RIBA34510
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: the stage wall as seen from the town

RIBA34511
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: oblique view of the stage and auditorium

RIBA34512
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: close-up of centre stage

RIBA34513
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.

Restoration of the Roman theatre, Sagunto, Valencia: detail of centre stage

RIBA34514
Grassi, Giorgio (1935-)
NOTES: This was the first archaelogical site in Spain to be declared a National Monument in 1896. The controversial restoration of the theatre was carried out by the architects Grassi and Portaceli in 1990-1993.
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