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Explore interesting sights in Syracuse, 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 17 sights are available in Syracuse, Italy.Sightseeing Tours in Syracuse
1. Chiesa di Santa Lucia alla Badia
Santa Lucia alla Badia is a baroque-style, Roman Catholic church, now deconsecrated, located on the south corner of the piazza duomo, located to the south of the facade of the Cathedral of Syracuse), located in the island of Ortigia, the historic city center of Siracusa in Sicily, Italy. The church building and adjacent former monastery is now used for special exhibitions and functions.
2. Greek Theatre
The Greek theatre of Syracuse lies on the south slopes of the Temenite hill, overlooking the modern city of Syracuse in southeastern Sicily, Italy. It was first built in the 5th century BC, rebuilt in the 3rd century BC and renovated again in the Roman period. Today, it is a part of the Unesco World Heritage Site of "Syracuse and the Rocky Necropolis of Pantalica".
Stentinello is a Neolithic village located in the plain of Targia, near the northern entrance to Syracuse, an eponymous site of the Stentinello culture dating back to the fifth millennium BC, contemporary with the Castellaro Vecchio culture of the Aeolian Islands and the Ghar Dalam culture of Malta. A variant of it is the Kronio culture of western Sicily.
4. Cathedral of Syracuse
The Cathedral of Syracuse, formally the Cattedrale metropolitana della Natività di Maria Santissima, is an ancient Catholic church in Syracuse, Sicily, the seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of Siracusa. Its structure is originally a Greek doric temple, and for this reason it is included in a UNESCO World Heritage Site designated in 2005.
5. Via dei Sepolcri
The Via dei Sepolcri is a suggestive 150-meter-long road that leads to the top of the Temenite hill, located within the Neapolis Archaeological Park of Syracuse, crossing it you can see the high rocky walls that surround it on both sides and the votive shrines that have been excavated along the entire route.
6. Area Monumentale della Neapolis
The Archaeological Park of Neapolis is a natural area full of archaeological finds belonging to several eras in Syracusan history. For the quantity and relevance of its monuments it is considered one of the most important archaeological areas in Sicily, as well as among the largest in the Mediterranean.
7. Terme di Dafne
The spa of Dafne, also known by the name of Dafne's bathroom, are part of an Syracusan archaeological complex, inside which the so -called Greek arsenal of Syracuse was already found, located near the small port of the city, precisely among the foundations of A civil building west of the Greek arsenal.
8. Ear of Dionysius
The Ear of Dionysius is a limestone cave carved out of the Temenites hill in the city of Syracuse, on the island of Sicily in Italy. Its name, given by the painter Michelangelo da Caravaggio, comes from its similarity in shape to the human ear. The name is also linked to echoes in the cave.
9. Basilica Santuario della Madonna delle Lacrime
The Basilica of the Madonna delle Lacrime, also called Madonnina delle Lacrime is a 20th-century Roman Catholic Marian shrine church in Siracusa in Sicily, Italy. The modern building, derided by some as an inverted ice-cream cone, dominates the skyline of the approach to Ortigia.
10. Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista
The church of San Giovanni Battista, popularly known as St. John, is located in Piazza del Precursore, in the Giudecca district of Ortigia in Syracuse. It was built on another IV century early Christian basilica, built the latter on the orders of Bishop Germano.
11. Teatro Comunale
The Teatro Comunale di Siracusa is a building located in Ortigia and is dedicated to theatrical works. It was inaugurated in 1897, remained in operation until 1962 when it was closed for maintenance work, and officially reopened to shows on December 26, 2016.
12. Tomb of Archimedes
The alleged tomb of Archimedes is an artificial cave carved on limestone, located inside the Grotticelle Necropolis, which in turn is located in the northernmost part of the Archaeological Park of Neapolis, located in the urban territory of Syracuse.
13. Castello Eurialo
The Euryalus Fortress located in the frazione of Belvedere, was the key point in the fortifications of the ancient Greek city of Syracuse, Magna Graecia. It is located on the highest point of the hill of Epipolae, around 7 km northwest of Syracuse.
14. Catacombe di San Giovanni
The Catacombs of Syracuse are underground cemetery areas dating back to the Ancient Age, both from the early imperial age and the subsequent late empire and considered second in importance and extension only to those of Rome.
15. Arsenale greco
The Greek arsenal of Syracuse is a part of the small port called Lakkios, where the boats were formerly manufactured and repaired. To facilitate work, they could be dried when they suffered damage or to restructure the hulls.
16. Ginnasio romano
The Roman gymnasium is a monumental complex of Syracuse, probably dating back to the second half of the first century AD. But erroneously identified as gymnasium that includes a theater, a quadriportic and a temple.
17. Ipogeo di piazza Duomo
The hypogeum of Piazza Duomo, located in Syracuse, is an underground route that from the highest point of Ortigia, or from Piazza del Duomo, then appears at the Foro Italico where the navy walls are located.
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