Much of Sicily was once an important colony of ancient Greece. One of the
best places to explore the remains of this period is the Museo Regionale
Archeologico in Siracusa, which contains sculpture, gems, ceramics, and
other Greek artifacts. The monumental ruins of the ancient city have also
been well preserved.
The Duomo is a Greek temple within and a baroque
cathedral without. In the Archaeological Zone are the ruins of the Greek theatre, the Nymphaeum, the Altar of Hieron II, and the Roman amphitheatre.
There is also a series of huge pits (latomie) in which 7,000 Athenians were
imprisoned in 413 BC. The Regional Museum of Medieval & Modern Art houses
important collections of paintings and sculpture.
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