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The Temple of Apollo (Tempio di Apollo) is a Greek temple dating from the 6th century BC. This is the oldest known Doric temple in Western Europe.
An inscription says that the temple honours Apollo, but after Cicero came to Syracuse he wrote that the...More
Of course anything of 2400 years old is ' special', but this was a little bit of a disappointment. We thought there would be left more to see, like in Agrigento. Still, impressive, and a nice square next to it with Cafe Apollo just across...More
These are old ruins at the entrance to Ortygia just next to the bridges. You will probably walk past without taking special notice. As part of the scenery the ruins are fine but they are not a destination in themselves. Obviously there is no charge...More