Greek Siracusa

Greek Siracusa Roman Siracusa Santa Lucia

Greek Siracusa



1.  Greek Theater


could seat 16,000 people



carved from the limestone rock




Greek theater



Roman later modified the theater to have mock Naval battles



stairs carved from the rock


facing the open stage


seating carved from the rock


Orecchio di Dionigi


grotto called the Ear of Dionysius


formed by the water erosion of the limestone


later used as a sounding board for Greek theater


note its size in relation to the height of the people

 Grotta di Cordari



the Grotto
rope makers cave


walk beside the Grottos

Photos of the Roman parts of the site

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