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Claudine,  France France
27 Sep 2023
Excellent
Magnifique. Nous y avons passé 2h. Site très intéressant eet très peu de monde.
Tindari Archaeological Area & Antique Theater
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Janos,  Hungary Hungary
24 Nov 2021
Excellent
Seeing this painting has been on my bucket list for many years: https://mng.hu/mutargyak/a-taorminai-gorog-szinhaz-romjai/ It is artwork of a Hungarian artist: Csontvary (1853 – 1919)...
Seeing this painting has been on my bucket list for many years: https://mng.hu/mutargyak/a-taorminai-gorog-szinhaz-romjai/ It is artwork of a Hungarian artist: Csontvary (1853 – 1919) Unfortunatly his work is lesser known internationally, Seeing the source of Csontvary's painting was my great experience.
Tindari Archaeological Area & Antique Theater

About: Tindari Archaeological Area

The Tindari Archaeological Area lets visitors feast their eyes on the remains of the impressive perimeter walls built under Dionysius the Elder. This Roman settlement perched high over the sea was once the perfect fortress, and contains thermal spas, taverns, and an impressive patrician house full of mosaics and other fancy decorations. The theater was built by the Greeks before it was re-done by the Romans for gladiatorial contests.

Monday Closed
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 09:00 - 17:00
Tindari Archaeological Area
Via Monsignor Pullano, 54, 98066, Taormina
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Villa Romana of Patti is an ancient Roman villa from the 4th century, discovered in 1973 beneath the highway. Visitors can explore original Roman mosaics inside on the floor. It is located in Patti, not far from Tindari, Sicily.
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