Acropoli B&B

Address: Via Roma, 15, Syracuse, Sicily, 96100, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Via Roma, 15, Syracuse, is near Ortygia, Syracuse Cathedral (Temple of Athena), Fonte Aretusa, and Piccolo Teatro dei Pupi (Puppet Theatre).
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      Travel Blogs from Syracuse

      The End of the Road

      A travel blog entry by lmglmora on Feb 26, 2015

      6 photos

      ... del volcán. Decidimos ir para el aeropuerto antes de tiempo y sentarnos exhaustos a esperar al avión soñando con una soleada Roma.

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      We wake up with a desperate need of visiting museums, any kind, not bothered at all about the type of exhibition. Something like the Pencil Museum in Keswick will do and yes, it is because of the rain. We find the Benedictine Monastery that hosts ...

      Arquimedes birthplace

      A travel blog entry by lmglmora on Feb 21, 2015

      5 photos

      ... of cheap umbrellas in the city for all the tourists arriving in February looking for a winter sun holiday.

      Rain, lots of it and tomorrow, more rain is forecasted. So like a pair of drowned rats, we have lost ourselves in Ortygia Island; mingling with the locals at a photography exhibition and workshop where they took our photo for purposes we didn't quite catch


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      Duomo di Siracusa

      A travel blog entry by lbreault on Jan 07, 2015

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      ... cristo dicata. Pop Leo X said these words in 1517 recognizing that the Church of Syracuse is the first daughter of St. Peter and after that of Antioch, the first consecrated to Christ.

      This cathedral marks civilizations transformation from pagan to Christian. This church is also a unique example of religious continuity. Duomo di Siracusa’s history is a testament to the history of Rome and, in consequence, what has shaped the modern ...

      Temple of Athena

      A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 07, 2015

      On June 7, our group made a visit to the Syracuse Cathedral, or the Temple of Athena. Now a church, the building was once created as Temple dedicated to the Greek mythological goddess Athena. First erecting as temple by the Ancient Greeks over 2,000 years ago, the building has now been converted into a Basilica styled cathedral. It stood as the largest building we visited in Sicily, and was unmatched in beauty ...

      St. Mary's at Siracusa

      A travel blog entry by gunnarpatrick on Jan 07, 2015

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      ... occurred. Christians took this central and important location, filled in the columns, filled the space with their art, and used it as a church. A place of worship for the virgin Artemis became a place of worship for the Virgin Mary. This building is a testament to the importance, and maybe even dependence, of religion in Roman culture, no matter the ...