Malaga Roman Theatre
Roman Theatre Málaga
The Roman Theatre of Málaga is located next to the Alcazaba (Citadel), just few minutes from Malaga´s Town Hall.
Built during the first few years of the Augustus principality, it was used up to the 3rd century. The Cavea (subterranean cells in which wild animals were confined), the orchestra and the stage can currently be seen.
The Interpreting Centre is located next to the Theatre. This centre introduces the public to Roman life through various artefacts and educational information. Sections of the Lex Flavia Malacitana (a compendium of five tables composed by legal statutes that establish the passage of the Roman city on Malacca (Málaga) from federal city to municipality of right plenary session in Roman Empire) can be read on the exterior facade.