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- Cheaper to build than a Theater Square
- Does not count towards Population limit for District construction
- Receives a Standard bonus (+1) to Culture yield for each adjacent Wonder, and a Minor bonus (+½) for each adjacent district tiles. Also receives a Major (+2) Bonus when adjacent to the City Center
- +1 Great Writer, Great Artist and Great Musician points per turn
- Buildings have slots for Great Works and Artifacts
- Specialists add +2 CultureCulture each
The following buildings can be constructed in a Theater Square:
- Archaeological Museum (mutually exclusive with Art Museum)
- Art Museum (mutually exclusive with Archaeology Museum)
- Broadcast Center
- Theatre Square Performances: Grants Culture and Great Writer, Great Artist, and Great Musician points equal to 15% of production used
In ancient Greece, acropolis meant, quite literally, "upper city." And in Athens, Corinth, Argos, Thebes, and elsewhere, that's exactly what it was – a portion of the town built upon an elevated area, often a hill with steep slopes, that was eminently defensible. Should the outer walls fall to invaders, a final stand could be made in the acropolis. In time, in many places, the old acropolis became the nucleus of a sprawling new city. During the Archaic Period in Greece, as the cities grew and the threat of barbarians lessened, these old upper districts underwent urban renewal, with temples, theaters, forums, palaces, government buildings and the like replacing the humble houses, markets, barracks and squares that once occupied the summit.