Villa dei Papiri

Address: Traversa Cozzo Pantano - Traversa Testa Pisima 2/C, Syracuse, Sicily, 96100 , Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Traversa Cozzo Pantano - Traversa Testa Pisima 2/C, Syracuse, is near Greek Theatre, Ear of Dionysius (Orecchio di Dionisio), Archaeological Zone (Zona Archeologica), and Fountain of Arethusa.
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Travel Blogs from Syracuse

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

... to any of the buildings around it. The inside of the cathedral was large and spacious, with a giant altar located at the back center of the room. There were smaller side rooms located down the walls of the cathedral that mostly served as a separate place for prayer and worship. There was a room in the back corner of the cathedral dedicated to two saints, in which the names I don't remember, with ...

St. Mary's at Siracusa

A travel blog entry by gunnarpatrick on Jan 07, 2015

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... central to the town in both religious and civic aspects. The temples acted as a place for rituals to gain the gods favor, a treasury, and gathering place. Such a diverse place with many functions shows the importance of religions role in society. Everything was centered in religion and nothing changed when the shift in Roman history from paganism ...

From Naples to Sigonella, Sicily

A travel blog entry by joshualyon on Dec 05, 2014

I was trying to catch a flight to Shannon from Sigonella NAS, so I fight an overnight ferry from the port of Naples, to the port of Catania. From there I took a cab to the NAS. The flight to Shannon was canceled, so I am doing the waiting game thing again. I need some rest, so I am staying in an actual hotel room for the night. Hopefully there is a flight tomorrow to get ...

Rome- Catania

A travel blog entry by kenb on Nov 16, 2014

... and few people. Buildings were all designed by one architect after town destroyed by Etna in 1660- lots black stone used which gives city a dirty look. Stopped in trendy little wine bar in a small square and had a couple of wines and plate of olives, bread, cheese etc for dinner- only cost 20€ for 4 drinks and food. Amazing crowds in pedestrianised main street on Sunday evening- lots of families out for a stroll and a shopping expedition. Big crowds in ...