Greek Theatre

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The Syracuse Greek theater was built in the first half of the fifth century BC, rebuilt in the third century and then transformed in Roman times. Today it is inside the Neapolis Archaeological Park and is still used for summer performances of music, opera and dance, including the Tragedies. Its construction was designed to take advantage of the natural shape of Temenite hill for acoustics. Like many Greek theatres, you can enjoy an incredible landscape that originally stretched to the port and to the island of Ortigia.

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