In theaters of ancient Greece, the skene was a structure behind the stage providing a space for stage scenery, an additional elevated stage, and storage. The façade typically included columns, arches, statues and other architectural features. The ancient Greek Theater of Taormina’s construction starting in the 3rd century BC, and was later embellished by the Romans. The theater overlooks the Ionian Sea and Mount Etna, Sicily.
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Awesome image Sam 👍🏻
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