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Greek Fortifications of Capo Soprano, Gela
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  • The only historical site of Gela to visit as well evaluated in part. These historic walls remained intact until the middle of the last century through and fortunately the sand that hid it. Signage and information ... zero.
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  • A fan like me to "res" could not fail to visit this defensive fortification. Coming to interesting facts, the site itself is beautiful, the story appears in this view and the wing area is browsable with and without Guide freely, the problem is the conservation: some interventions in this regard have been made ... es sheds ... but grass grows as if there were no tomorrow and the surrounding areas is accessible by dogs of all kinds and by people of dubious morality ... that not only make it insecure the area overnight ( in itself closed to the public) but there is always the question of when and to what extent are nicked these beautiful walls. During the summer, I'm glad the walls host to theatre evenings, are poorly publicized and definitely admire the moonlight ... and throughout the rest of the year? The abandonment ... a real gripe ...
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  • It is a Greek military fortification ... made of mud brick, sandstone and clay ... in some places integrates ... rare example of military engineering ... .. ignobly abandoned to itself between brush and stray dogs ... not valued and not publicized: shame
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  • "MURA TIMOLONTEE" these walls made rose to defend the city well 2500 years ago have been preserved so well thanks to fine sand that in all these centuries have them condoms from wind erosion. In years past there was succeeding the man to destroy them by covering completely the ashlars with transparent panels that the Sun was Burnin, but fortunately today are well protected with a wooden structure. But the real problem with this site is the unwillingness to place them in the tourist circuit of the wonders that Sicily has to offer.
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