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Akrai Greek Theatre, Palazzolo Acreide

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  • We were disappointed in this site. We were provided with neither map or information board so we had no idea what we were looking at. Very overgrown in parts  more »
  • I understood barely 10 words of Fenicie, but it was a performance of an Ancient Greek play in a venue made for it. The summery was enough for me to follow the story. Fantastic.  more »
  • Visit if you are in the area & have a car. We took the SP route from the Cava Grande on our way to Noto. Worth a wander round on a nice day but English guide leaflet of limited info & few signs to say...  more »
  • Not so far from Eloro District, the Archeological Area of Palazzolo Acreide is one of the most important old greek site in Sicily. Very good conservation can give you the idea was an old greek colony here in Sicily. Wonderful the little Theatre.
  • The theatre is charming. Great setting high on a hill, and quite small. As well as this, check out all the rock cut early christian burials. Fascinating. The rest of palazzo acreide is well worth a look too. A great half day out.
  • Beautiful site and a beautiful drive coming from the south.
  • Very interesting and beautiful!
  • One of the most interesting archaeological area of Syracuse. Theatre, bouleterion, Ancient Greek Street brought to light and well preserved. It is also possible to admire in her remains the hero worship and of the great mother (Demeter-Cybele) observing or low reliefs along the latomie.
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