7 Sights in Ragusa, Italy (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Ragusa, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Ragusa, Italy.

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1. Kamarina

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Kamarina or Camarina was an ancient city on the southern coast of Sicily in Magna Graecia. The ruins of the site and an archaeological museum are located south of the modern town of Scoglitti, a frazione (borough) of the comune (municipality) of Vittoria in the province of Ragusa.

Wikipedia: Kamarina, Sicily (EN)

2. Cava dei servi

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The Servi quarry is located in the south-eastern part of Sicily, where the Iblei Mountains rise, between the municipalities of Modica and Rosolini. It is a quarry with a rather varied geological conformation, consisting of an alternation of biocalcarenites cemented with greyish-white macroforaminifera, in irregular banks with a thickness of between 50 cm. and 2-3 meters, and of creamy white marly calcarenites, poorly consolidated, which constitute the Irminio member of the Ragusa formation, i.e. the upper member into which this formation is divided (the lower part, Leonardo member, does not outcrop in the area.

Wikipedia: Cava dei Servi (IT)

3. Torre Vigliena

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Torre Vigliena

The Torre Vigliena or Torre del Bracello is a coastal defense tower in the free municipal consortium of Ragusa on the Mediterranean coast. It was built in the years 1595 - 1607 at the end of the Braccio della Colombara, in the territory of Punta Braccetto, a seaside hamlet straddling the municipalities of Ragusa and Santa Croce Camerina. It was armed with cannons and inside were two soldiers and a corporal who commanded them.

Wikipedia: Torre Vigliena (IT)

4. Museo Archeologico Ibleo

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The Iblean Archaeological Museum of Ragusa is located near Via Roma, attached to the north end of the new bridge. It is located on the first floor of the Mediterranean building, built at the end of the fifties. The museum houses the archaeology and ancient history of the territory of the province of Ragusa, from the Neolithic to Late Antiquity.

Wikipedia: Museo archeologico ibleo (IT)

5. Chiesa delle Anime del Purgatorio

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Chiesa delle Anime del Purgatorio

The Chiesa del Purgatorio, also called the Chiesa delle Santissime Anime del Purgatorio) is a Roman Catholic church located on Piazza della Repubblica in the city of Ragusa, in southern Sicily, Italy. The church is dedicated to those praying for the souls in purgatory.

Wikipedia: Chiesa del Purgatorio, Ragusa (EN)

6. Cattedrale di San Giovanni Battista

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Cattedrale di San Giovanni Battista

Ragusa Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Ragusa, Sicily, dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. The present church dates from the early 18th century. It has been the seat of the Bishops of Ragusa since the establishment of the diocese in 1950.

Wikipedia: Ragusa Cathedral (EN), Website

7. Circolo di Conversazione

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Circolo di Conversazione

The Circolo di conversazione is a palace in Ragusa, Italy, located in the Ibla district, in Piazza del Duomo. Also known as the Knights' Café, a rare example of a building built specifically for this purpose.

Wikipedia: Circolo di conversazione (IT)


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