A few years ago, Amira and I, along with our good friend Kostas, were driving all over the Peloponnese doing cool stuff, and we decided to check out the Theater of Argos.
In reality, it's a big, ancient Roman theater built on top of a smaller, but even more ancient Greek one, which dates back about 2,300 years.
These ancient theaters are famous for their acoustics. If you stand in the right spot, you can whisper and everyone in the stands can hear you.
What blew our minds was that when we arrived, there was a German girl sitting on a chair in the acoustic hot-spot playing the cello.
She was very good. And it sounded amazing.
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