Epidaurus is the most important sanctuary dedicated to the ancient Greek God of medicine, Asclepius, and is located in the area of the town Lygourio, in the Peloponnese, part of the regional unit of Argolis.
The first view of the empty cavea of the great Theater of Epidaurus, an important monument of ancient Greek culture, is captivating. With a panoramic view we have a complete look of the breathtaking site as we can see the frieze, the orchestra and the thymele, ie the base of the altar, in the center of the circular orchestra.
We see footage from the car, the arrival at the parking lot of vehicles and buses that have transported spectators, who in serried groups head to the theater and fill its seats.
We watch the actor Christoforos Nezer with his wife entering the theatre under the applause of the crowd which he greets. He then takes his seat at the theatre. The actors are on their way to get their positions, so that the show can begin. The play is probably Aeschylus’ “Agamemnon” and was directed by Alexis Minotis.
Last view, a group who has camped in the area with a Renault Dauphine car.