Like many ancient cities, Naples has a many secrets buried beneath its streets. One of them is the unusual Teatro Greco-Romano. Located beneath an ordinary Naples home, the teatro once featured Roman Emperor Nero on its stage as he performed his operas. According to historians, Nero preferred to perform in the city of Naples due to its Greek heritage and never performed in Rome.
Many visitors today find the underground facility to be amazingly unique. It once housed 6,000 people. As a fascinating stop on an underground tour of Naples and its catacombs, this one is a must-visit venue.
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