Why Was It Called the Globe Theatre?

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The Globe Theatre which is also known as the 'Shakespeare's Globe' was originally built in the year 1599 and reconstructed in 1997. It was called the Globe Theatre because of the architectural design which is round or polygon shape on the outside and round on the inside enclosing a courtyard.
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