The Odeon is made up of 23 steps with a capacity of over 4000 people. Administrators and senators used to gather here, it was also used for popular entertainment. Despite being built in the II century it is well preserved. You get an idea of how beautiful it was in its day.
This is one of the best preserved monuments in Hierapolis. It dates back to the time of Emperor Septimius Severus, in 193. Most notable are the entrance arches and interior corridors covered by barrel vaults. There are 26 rows of marble steps up the cavea, on the third floor. In the centre there is a semicircular seat, reserved for famous people. It also highlights a frieze with mythological scenes of Apollo and Artemis.
Not far from Sokak Barlar you will find the Actor's Workshop. It is located in Turkish Oyun Atölyesi, which is one of many alternative theaters which present independent productions. In its small space serious and professional productions are produced. There will also find traditional music concerts and jazz fusion. Your indoor garden also offers meals, desserts and teas Earl Grey Turks for those night culture and charm in Istanbul of colors. (Thanks to Lucas Farioli Barbieri)