It has special architectural and artistic values and can be compared with the monuments of this period of Pompeii and Capua in Italy. The amphitheater has an elixid shape of 136 meters in diameter and about 20 meters in height. The stairway for white-billed viewers took 16-20,000, while the arena hosted the fighting of the gladiators. This amphitheater has Roman architecture and its construction in the center of the city 350 m from the sea, starts at the arena plain 5.5 m above sea level, while 2/3 rests on the hill. The 2700-year-old amphitheater stands among the 30 discovered amphitheatres of the ancient world from Rome to Budapest and Lion. After the 1990s, a number of projects aimed at realizing the complete discovery of the building, and cooperation with the University of Parma is expected to eventually shape the entire amphitheater's geographies in the future.