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Anfiteatro Romano, Syracuse

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  • It is something very personal, solo ruins if not me fascinate, and less when they want them you sell as such and between trees, half-hidden are the machines make mixture, with which are fixing the place. I prefer nettle.
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  • The amphitheatre remained of the original structure gives a rough idea, with a path full of explanations partly closed to the public. Beautiful wild feeling, inside the Park of Neapolis, also home to the Greek Theatre, the orecchio di dionisio, the altar of Hieron II and the rope makers cave, all at 10 € (kids are free).
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  • A little disappointed, because the State of preservation of the amphitheatre is, let's say, a. No longer I think about Rome, Verona or Pool, but even Vienne in France ... Worse is probably only in Durres in Albania. No but .... you had to see it, the more that on one ticket with the Greek Theatre, which is a great ...
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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.