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Nos despertamos con unas ganas tremendas de visitar museos, de cualquier tipo, cualquier exhibición. Algo como el Museo del Lápiz de Keswick nos vale y si, es por la lluvia. Encontramos el Monasterio Benedictino que es la sede de la facultad de Humanidades de la Universidad de Catania y patrimonio de la Unesco. Nos unimos a un tour en italiano tras prometernos que hablarían despacio y creérnoslo. ...
Hemos aterrizado en Catania y recogido nuestro Fiat Panda. Parece ser que la conducción en Sicilia es horrible pero como hemos visitado varios países conduciendo no nos preocupa. Pero al final es el haber aprendido a conducir en España y en Toledo en concreto lo que nos ha ayudado a sobrevivir a esta conducción agresiva por callejuelas estrechas.
De nuestra corta estancia en Siracusa, ...
This cathedral is truly a rarity. One can see the transformation this sacred place has gone through from an ancient Greek temple to a cathedral with Medieval and Baroque architecture. Its metamorphosis throughout history is evident just by looking at the architecture of this church.
This sacred place has over 2,400 years of history. The cathedral was founded on the ruins of the Temple of Athena, built by the tyrant Gelon. The Doric ...
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 in Siracusa, Italy has a history in its walls alone. Each part of the building has its own place in time and culture. The structure has columns still standing that the Greeks originally put up for the temple of the virgin Artemis. The columns are as wide as 4 feet and go back for around 12 columns. This temple covered a large area and would ...