ARCHAELOGICAL SITES

  
ANFITEATRO ROMANO – CATANIA
Of the Roman amphitheater in Catania today, part of the arena, the podium wall, part of the ambulatory and the steps above are visible.
TEATRO ROMANO E ODEON – CATANIA
Catania's Ancient Theater insists on the extreme southern slopes of Montevergine Hill, the acropolis of the ancient city, between today's Vittorio Emanuele, Crociferi and Greek Theater streets.
MUSEO REGIONALE SARO FRANCO – ADRANO
The city of Adrano was founded around 400 BC. from Dionysius of Syracuse on a lava plateau on the south-western slopes of Etna. According to Diodorus Siculus (XIV. 37) the city would have risen near the Sanctuary of the Sicilian god Adranos. ...
TERME DELL’INDIRIZZO – CATANIA
Roman bath complex, believed to have been built in the late imperial age, located in Currò Square, in the heart of the old fish market or Pescheria, which derives its current name from the Carmelite convent of Santa Maria dell'Indirizzo, which incorporated the structures.
MUSEO REGIONALE DI CENTURIPE
The museum shows the history of Centuripe from the earliest traces of frequentation of the territory in Prehistory
MUSEO DELLA CERAMICA – CALTAGIRONE
The Museum is located inside the city's Public Garden and has the main entrance from Via Roma through the "Teatrino Bonaiuto," an elegant and scenic lookout over the city.
MOSTRA PERMANENTE KATANE – CATANIA
Catania survives Antiquity, keeping unchanged the name of the Greek colony, Katane, founded shortly after Leontinoi (i.e., after 729 B.C., Thucydides 6.3.3) by Chalcidian settlers, the same as Naxos, led by Evarchos (Euarchos, "the good commander").
AREA ARCHEOLOGICA SANTA VENERA AL POZZO
Situated on a verdant hill a few kilometers from the sea, the vast area that encloses the archaeological complex of "Santa Venera al Pozzo" covers about nine hectares and, through a human and natural landscape, tells its centuries-old story.
MURA DIONIGIANE – ADRANO
The Greek Adranon, on which the modern settlement was superimposed, obliterating its memory for a long time and making archaeological investigation extremely difficult, was equipped with a solid wall built with a double face of lava ashlars with internal sack filling with small stones and earth.
IPOGEO ROMANO – CATANIA
Located in the former Selva of the convent of "Santa Maria di Gesù", the monument, improperly known as "square hypogeum" (to distinguish it from another circular plan nearby), is actually a monumental tomb from the Roman imperial age (I -II century AD), among the few survivors of the vast necropolis of Catina that occupied the area north of the present historical center of Catania.
TERME DELLA ROTONDA – CATANIA
The Rotunda complex preserves archaeological and monumental evidence of primary importance for the reconstruction of the city's history.
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