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Anfiteatro Romano, Syracuse

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  • The remains of the Roman forum are part of the complex that includes the Greek theatre and Dionysios' ear etc. The remains are significant and well worth seeing. After finishing the sights a gelato or...  more »
  • One can almost hear the roar of the crowd at the ampitheatre as gladiators fight and the spectators bay for blood. Amazingly still in good condition. A lot of walking so wear sensible shoes and take s...  more »
  • You can walk half of the way round the circumference of this structure. It would be good if someone could cut or weed kill the grass as it obscures a large part of the central area. It was obviously p...  more »
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  • Very cool. For some reason I have the movie Gladiator playing in my mind. Awesome.
  • Beautiful but not as cool as Teatro Greco which is in the same area!
  • Very boring place and uninteresting place, Teatro Greco was a lot better.
  • While the amphitheater is well persevered considering it's age the access areas are poorly maintained and when I visited a majority of the paths were closed. You can see a majority of the structure including the seating areas,tunnels that have been dug into the rock. It wasn't that busy when I visited which allowed for some great photos without people blocking my photos.
  • One of the highlight in Syrakus is the roman amphitheater.