Antica Dimora San Girolamo

Address: Piazza San Girolamo, 20, Licata, Sicily, 92027, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Piazza San Girolamo, 20, Licata.
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    Travel Blogs from Licata

    Spectalular Roman Mosaics

    A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on May 15, 2015

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    ... my backpack and just put in it what we would need for clean clothes and toiletries. Our room is very nice and overlooks the sea.

    We talked to our host and he suggested where we had to visit this afternoon. Our first stop was probably 200 feet uphill but so worth the walk. It was the church of Santa Mariadei Greci. The history of this church starts in the 5th century B.C. It began as a Greek temple ...

    Ancient Roman Villa

    A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 06, 2015

    ... depicting Greek mythology, the rise of the Roman Empire, and specific uses of certain rooms indicate the life and style of art that's seen by the Ancient Roman culture in Rome today. The Romans would've used the villa as a living space, dining area, bathing location, etc. It was easy to tell that the villa was a ...

    Greek Amphitheaters

    A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 06, 2015

    ... rested on. When we got to what seemed like the highest point of the city, we entered a small Greek amphitheater. The amphitheater still had some remains of ancient columns and arches behind the stage that were built a couple hundred years BC. From the stands of the amphitheater, there was a magnificent view overlooking the ocean. Although the amphitheater was small in size, the view ...

    Valley of Temples

    A travel blog entry by gunnarpatrick on Jan 05, 2015

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    ... a town on the coast, temples that the Greeks built to honor their gods two and a half millenniums ago still stand today. Greece became very powerful and traveled all over the Mediterranean. Where ever they set foot, they would construct temples to assure the gods were on their side. With remarkable architecture and using local stone, large Doric columns arose that help up ...

    Valle dei Templi

    A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 05, 2015

    On Monday, January 5, our group visited the Valley of the Temples, otherwise known as Valle dei Templi. In my opinion, I thought that it was the coolest site we visited in Sicily. The three temples we visited were the Temple of Juno, Concordia, and Heracles. These temples are fascinating examples of Greek architecture that were constructed well over 2,000 years ...