Want to learn about ancient Greece? Come in Sicily!
This old slogan of the 60s explains Sicily’s richness in Greek monuments. An excursion from Segesta to the Valley of the Temples through the Cave of Cusa and Selinunte, will give you a sense of what it means.
The first thing we notice is the temple. On the plateau, between the two peaks of the mountain, in the V-IV century BC, stood the ancient city; of this city today we can still visit the Temple, the Theater and the Sanctuary of the Mango.
The Doric temple, a magnificent structure in an outstanding position, ennobles the surroundings. For the remarkable artistic quality and stylistic features, the temple can be dated in the last three decades of the V century, between 430 and 420 BC.
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