Cividate Camuno, Theatre and the Amphitheatre Park
Cividate Camuno became the capital of the people of the Camonica Valley (Civitas Camunnorum) when the Romans conquered the valley in 16 BC. There were the forum, the thermal springs and the temples. In 1973, there came to light, leaning against the flanks of the hill, the theatre - parallel portico walls can be seen behind the stage, with two double staircases at the sides - and the amphitheatre, of which can
be distinguished a small section of the perimeter wall made of fluvial cobblestones and mortar and traces of radial elements that support the stands. This archeological area forms the Theatre and the Amphitheatre Park, an exceptional just like of the ancient Civitas Camunnorum.