Roman amphitheatre

viale Paradiso (Syracuse)


The Roman amphitheatre of Syracuse is one of the most representative buildings of Roman imperial age.
Is largely carved into the rock and for the construction of the North-East it is the slope of the same Rocky Crag where, a short distance away, had been made the cavea of Greek Theatre and the large quarries of paradise, called s. Venera and Dell'intagliatella from. Almost nothing remains of the upper part built.


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