The Greek theatre is a theatre on the south slopes of the Temenite hill first built in the 5th century BC, located within the Parco archeologico della Neapolis, rebuilt in the 3rd century BC...
An impressive old Greek amphitheater, and quarry including the ear of Dionysis. Well worth a visit.
The Greek theatre of Siracusa is one of the few theatres of the era of ancient greece, still intact and used. The Greek tradition of the theatre continues and every year, you can attend classical performances organised and promoted by the National Institute of Ancient Drama, by using excellent…
The Greek Theatre was built in the first part of V century B.C.. Situated into the Neapolis Archeological Park it was rebuilt in the III century B.C. and again remade in Roman times.
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“Established in the 18th century, since 1988 the museum is located in the headquarters of Villa Landolina and is dedicated to the great archaeologist Paolo Orsi, who carried out the main studies on the city. The Archaeological Museum "Paolo Orsi" collects the most important documentation of prehistory, the protohistory of Sicily and famous works of Greek and Roman art, ceramics, marbles, architectural decorations. The oldest finds range from the Paleolithic to the Bronze Age; notable objects that testify to The Egee, Anatolian and Mycenaean influences. Precious are the kits of the Greek-Sicule necropolis, the ceramic material, the dense reliefs, the archaic statues. Gemma of the Museum is the "Venus anadiomene", called Venus Landolina after her discoverer, a statue of Roman-Hellenistic invoice. The material also comes from excavations of the many Greek colonies of Sicily, from Megara Hyblea, to Eloro, Akrai, Kasmenai, Kamarina and from numerous Hellenized indigenous centers. Since 2010 it is also open to the public...”
“Dionysius used the cave as a prison for political dissidents, and by means of the perfect acoustics eavesdropped on the plans and secrets of his captives.”
“Not many travellers visit these Roman Catacombs: they are maybe the most extended and important out of Rome”
“the castle from Federica of Swabia II, nice view and amazing live concerts during the summer. ”
“The gallery illustrates the development of figurative Syracuse and more generally in the south-eastern Sicily, with particular regard to paintings and decorative arts. ”