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Anfiteatro Romano, Syracuse

Categories: Ruins, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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  • The ticket gets you in to see the whole park. The roman theatre is in a poorer state than the Greek one. Interesting nevertheless. Some info would help. 
  • The Greeks were the first but the Romans, of course, have also left behind monuments in Siracusa. As anfiteatern under the same model as the Colosseum in Rome, where Gladiators entertained the people.
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  • The Roman arena (Latin: "Sandy") but is worth less than one-third of the height is still preserved. As part of the Archaeological Park ok - just a little bit.
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  • 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.
  • A highly recommended, although you could restore and preserve better.
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  • The natural environment surrounding the archaeological site is very well and have assembled a park to protect it and keep it. The main attractions are the Roman circus (badly damaged) and the Greek amphitheatre. Not we could appreciate this properly because the workmen were working covering the tiers of stone with wood for a theater festival. If you come to Syracuse is an attraction more but these ruins to I do not justify the trip. You can get 2 bus which costs 1 euro each way.
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  • Still in excellent condition must see if you are in Syracuse
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  • Bell Amphitheater, as far as I've seen from the feeling of neglect, perhaps in Italy we have too many artworks and little _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
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